Ivone Gomez

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Clinical and experimental data suggest that the role of corpus callosum in epilepsy includes synchronization, spread, excitation and inhibition. Section of the corpus callosum (SCC) is known to be a useful therapy in selected types of generalized epilepsy, i.e., tonic, atonic and generalized convulsive seizures, but not partial seizures which may be(More)
Morphine and related opiates are commonly used in the clinical management of various types of pain. However, the antinociceptive properties of morphine are often overshadowed by the development of tolerance and dependence following its chronic use. The mechanisms underlying opiate tolerance are not fully understood, but appear to involve numerous and(More)
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