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Post reinnervation maturation of myelinated nerve fibers in the cat tibial nerve: chronic electrophysiological and morphometric studies
The extent to which the long‐term recovery of nerve fibers differs according to the cause of Wallerian degeneration is not clear, although outgrowth of axons is better after lesions with continuityExpand
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Early peripheral nerve regeneration after crushing, sectioning, and freeze studied by implanted electrodes in the cat
Regeneration of axons after Wallerian degeneration is influenced by various factors localized to the distal nerve stump. We have examined elongation of axons to assess the relative influence of basalExpand
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Bilateral chronic subdural hematoma: unilateral or bilateral drainage?
OBJECTIVE Bilateral chronic subdural hematoma (bCSDH) is a common neurosurgical condition frequently associated with the need for retreatment. The reason for the high rate of retreatment has not beenExpand
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Reversible CSF cyst related to a functioning ventriculo-peritoneal shunt
SummaryAlthough the occurrence of CSF oedema and cyst has been described in presence of a blocked ventriculoperitoneal shunt, especially distal end block, its occurrence in presence of a wellExpand
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Feasibility of Telemetric Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in the Neuro Intensive Care Unit.
Intracranial pressure (ICP) monitoring is crucial in the management of acute neurosurgical conditions such as traumatic brain injury (TBI). However, pathological ICP may persist beyond the admissionExpand
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Peptide Mimetic of the S100A4 Protein Modulates Peripheral Nerve Regeneration and Attenuates the Progression of Neuropathy in Myelin Protein P0 Null Mice
We recently found that S100A4, a member of the multifunctional S100 protein family, protects neurons in the injured brain and identified two sequence motifs in S100A4 mediating its neurotrophicExpand
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Examination of distal involvement in cisplatin-induced neuropathy in man. An electrophysiological and histological study with particular reference to touch receptor function.
Cisplatin is a widely used anti-neoplastic agent with dose-dependent sensory neuropathy as a major side-effect. The mechanism for the neuropathy is poorly understood; it may be caused by a lesion ofExpand
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Axonal branching following crush lesions of peripheral nerves of rat
Branching of myelinated and unmyelinated nerve fibers in normal and regenerating peroneal and soleus nerves was studied by light and electron microscopy. There were at most 2% more myelinated and 13%Expand
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The vascular anatomy of the cavernous body of green monkeys.
The cavernous body of monkeys was studied by light and electron microscopy. The intima of the deep artery contained longitudinal muscle cells, but cushions or valve-like structures were not found.Expand
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Outcome after translabyrinthine surgery for vestibular schwannomas: report on 1244 patients.
The objective of this article is to study the outcome after translabyrinthine surgery for vestibular schwannomas, with special focus on the facial nerve function. The study design is a case seriesExpand
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