I. Moore

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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the most common cause of postneonatal mortality in the UK. Pathological investigations have shown evidence suggestive of respiratory obstruction with subsequent hypoxia leading to death. We examined 48 infants who died of SIDS and 30 who died of other, non-pulmonary, causes and identified pulmonary eosinophil and(More)
Previous observations have suggested that a reactive astrocytic response to damage does not occur in fetal brain. In this study the time course of the astrocytic response to injury in fetal and neonatal rat brains has been assessed using the immunoperoxidase technique for glial fibrillary acidic protein (GFAP). Cold lesions were induced in utero to the(More)
Calcification in the stroma of adult telencephalic choroid plexus was studied of 20 postmortem brains and one biopsy by light microscopy, transmission and scanning electron microscopy and compared with calcification in psammoma bodies in normal arachnoid, five spinal meningiomas and in calcospherites of six pineal glands. Fifteen fetal and newborn choroid(More)
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