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Brain Control: A Critical Examination of Brain Stimulation and Psychosurgery
The book is best when dealing with laboratory studies, since the author was a behavioral physiologist. The inquisitive reader will find here an introduction to the whole field of electricalExpand
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The brain: integrated three-dimensional display of MR and PET images.
Three patients with intractable epilepsy, two with brain tumors, and one with encephalitis were imaged with magnetic resonance (MR) and positron emission tomography (PET). MR data were used toExpand
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Hydrocephalus as a cause of dementia: evaluation by computerised tomography and intracranial pressure monitoring
To identity those patients with hydrocephalus as a basis for their presenile dementia it is suggested that such patients be screened non-invasively by CT scan. If there is ventricular dilatation andExpand
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Effects of dimethyl sulfoxide on systemic and cerebral hemodynamic variables in the ischemic canine myocardium
The effects of dimethyl sulfoxide (DMSO) infusion on cerebral blood flow (CBF) and systemic hemodynamics were studied in a canine model of myocardial ischemia. Immediately after ligation, cardiacExpand
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Effects of trimethaphan and sodium nitroprusside on cerebral blood flow in rhesus monkeys
SummaryIn tranquilised spontaneously breathing rhesus monkeys we have found that trimethaphan can reduce systemic blood pressure by 20% with little or no change in CBF. This was in marked contrast toExpand
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Neoplastic disease of the spinal extradural space; a review of fifty cases.
When the therapy of an illness falls as far short of the ultimate as does the surgical treatment of neoplastic disease, then it is necessary to reconsider frequently the principles upon which it isExpand
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Three-dimensional magnetic resonance images of the brain: application to neurosurgical planning.
Data from single 10-minute magnetic resonance scans were used to create three-dimensional (3-D) views of the surfaces of the brain and skin of 12 patients. In each case, these views were used to makeExpand
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Glioblastoma multiforme: treatment with radiation and triiodothyronine.
Abstract An analysis of patients with glioblastoma who were treated at the University of Chicago showed that (a) 32 patients who received surgery and irradiation (5000–6000 rad) had a median survivalExpand
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Somatosensory evoked potentials, cerebral blood flow and metabolism following cerebral missile trauma in monkeys.
Somato sensory evoked potentials (SEP), cerebral blood flow and cerebral metabolism were studied in seven rhesus monkeys before and after a right occipito-frontal missile injury with an air rifle.Expand
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Report of the Joint Committee for Stroke Facilities: VII. Medical and Surgical Management of Stroke
Because it contains material concerned with the many critical problems of diagnosis, differential diagnosis, and treatment which arise when a patient presents with a possible stroke, Medical andExpand
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