Hong-sheng Zhu

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OBJECTIVE To establish a canine model of penetrating craniocerebral gunshot wound. METHOD Gunshot wound was induced in 54 cross-bred dogs using 7.62-mm pistol bullets fired using a pistol from a distance of 30 cm in coronal direction with a tilt of 10 degrees toward the orbit, causing penetrating craniocerebral injury 1 cm posterior and 1.5 cm superior to(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the changes of cat cerebral microcirculation in early stage after craniocerebral gunshot wound in the hot and humid environment to provide laboratory evidence for clinical treatment of such wound. METHODS Craniocerebral gunshot wound was induced in 24 cats according to the method described by Carey with modifications, and the cats were(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the growth behavior of characteristics in craniocerebral gunshot wound of cats in a hot and humid environment. METHODS Twenty-three cross-bred cats were randomly divided into 4 groups: group A, the gunshot wound control group at normal temperature, in which tissue sampling was performed immediately after the wounding; group B,(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate pathological changes in cat brain tissues after gunshot wound in the head in hot and humid environments. METHODS Sixteen cats were randomly divided into 4 groups, namely the normal environment (group 1), gunshot in normal environment (group 2), hot and humid environment (group 3), and gunshot wound in hot and humid environment(More)
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