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Pathology of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
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The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus: an analysis of the first case reports of spinal cord injuries
The Edwin Smith Surgical Papyrus occupies the first place of a remarkable list of records. It is clearly the first documentation of cases of spinal cord injuries, but it is also the first medicalExpand
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Immunohistological study of mononuclear cell infiltrate in malignant gliomas
SummarySixty-five malignant gliomas (astrocytomas grade 3 and 4 and glioblastomas) were examined by means of immunoperoxidase staining on frozen tissue using various monoclonal antibodies directedExpand
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Cerebral artery spasm. A histological study at necropsy of the blood vessels in cases of subarachnoid hemorrhage.
From a larger series of autopsies with subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH), 20 cases were selected for the known complication of cerebral vasospasm. Evidence for vasospasm was radiological and pathologicalExpand
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Immunocytochemical study of the cellular immune response in meningiomas.
Twenty four meningiomas (17 benign and seven "atypical" were reacted with a panel of monoclonal antibodies to macrophages, lymphocytes, and HLA DR antigens. All the tumours contained macrophages butExpand
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Ependymoblastoma: a histological, immunohistological and ultrastructural study of five cases
Five ependymoblastomas were studied by means of routine histological techniques, immunohistology and electron microscopy. The tumours were characterized histologically by medium sized, poorlyExpand
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Epidermal growth factor receptor expression in 72 meningiomas
The expression of epidermal growth factor receptor (EGF‐R) was studied immunohistochemically in 72 meningiomas using two monoclonal antibodies with specificities to protein and carbohydrateExpand
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Ponto-bulbar palsy with deafness (Brown-Vialetto-Van Laere syndrome): A report on three cases
The authors describe the clinical and electrophysiological features in 2 cases of ponto-bulbar palsy with deafness, and the clinical course and post-mortem findings in a sibling of one of these, whoExpand
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Use of a Calcium Channel Blocker (Nicardipine HCl) in the Treatment of Childhood Moyamoya Disease
Moyamoya disease is a cerebrovascular disease characterized radiologically by progressive narrowing and occlusion of the arteries contributing to the circle of Willis and its branches. There isExpand
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The role of hemoglobin in the etiology of cerebral vasospasm. An in vivo study of baboons.
Oxyhemoglobin was injected intracisternally into three baboons, and methemoglobin into one baboon, in an attempt to mimic the prolonged cerebral arterial spasm sometimes seen after subarachnoidExpand
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