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MR imaging of non-CNS fetal abnormalities: a pictorial essay.
The recent popularity of prenatal magnetic resonance (MR) imaging has been associated with the development of ultrafast MR imaging techniques such as the single-shot fast spin-echo sequence. However,Expand
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Effects of intraischemic hypothermia on cerebral damage in a model of reversible focal ischemia.
Considerable evidence indicates that brain temperature during ischemia affects the extent and distribution of ischemic injury. However, only limited data have been presented concerning the influenceExpand
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Use of local cerebral blood flow monitoring to predict brain damage after disturbance to the venous circulation: cortical vein occlusion model by photochemical dye.
A rat model of cortical vein occlusion by the photochemical thrombotic technique was used to evaluate whether monitoring the change in the local cerebral blood flow (LCBF) could predict brain damageExpand
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Posterior ischemic optic neuropathy. I. Blood supply of the optic nerve.
The blood supply of the posterior optic nerve was investigated in 10 monkeys after an injection of synthetic resin into the carotid arteries. The posterior intraorbital and intracanalicular opticExpand
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Astrocytoma with widespread calcification along axonal fibres
SummaryWe describe a 44-year-old man found to have a diffusely calcified astrocytoma originating in the left frontoparietal region and extending along the axonal fibres into the opposite cerebralExpand
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Bilateral absence of the internal carotid artery--case report.
To date, there have been only 15 reported cases of bilateral absence of the internal carotid artery. The authors describe a 70-year-old male with bilateral absence of the internal carotid artery andExpand
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The value of prostaglandin E1 and selective angiography in the territorial definition of axial pattern flaps of the buttock.
The definition of the cutaneous vascular territory in axial pattern flaps has been studied by intravital injection of dye or fluorescein, or by post mortem dissections and injection. This paperExpand
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[Dissecting aneurysm of the vertebral artery as a cause of Wallenberg's syndrome].
Although it is well known that Wallenberg's syndrome is caused by occlusion of the vertebral artery (VA) or the posterior inferior cerebellar artery (PICA), the etiology of the occlusion is rarelyExpand
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[Therapeutic irradiation of brain tumor and cerebrovasculopathy].
The first case was a 5-year-old girl treated with a total of 6000 rads after total removal of a left temporoparietal tumor extending into the basal ganglia. About 4 years after completion of theExpand
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