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Physiology and Pathophysiology of the Cerebrospinal Fluid
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The supplementary motor area of the cerebral cortex; a clinical and experimental study.
  • W. Penfield, K. Welch
  • Psychology, Medicine
  • A.M.A. archives of neurology and psychiatry
  • 1 September 1951
JUST IN front of the motor area of the cerebral cortex of man there is a supplementary representation of movements. This supplementary area is rather well circumscribed and is situated largely withinExpand
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Craniopharyngiomas in children. Long-term effects of conservative surgical procedures combined with radiation therapy.
Thirty-seven patients with craniopharyngioma were treated at Children's Hospital, Boston, between 1972 and 1981, the mean follow-up period now being 10.5 years. Twenty of these patients are oldExpand
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SECRETION OF CEREBROSPINAL FLUID BY CHOROID PLEXUS OF THE RABBIT.
  • K. Welch
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • The American journal of physiology
  • 1 September 1963
Blood flow in the principal draining vein of the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricle of the rabbit, which drains approximately the anterior 70% of the plexus, was measured by the analysis ofExpand
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Congenital hydrocephalus due to villous hypertrophy of the telencephalic choroid plexuses. Case report.
A case of villous hypertrophy or bilateral papilloma of the choroid plexus of the lateral ventricles is reported. The child exhibited known features associated with overproduction of cerebrospinalExpand
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Subdural hematoma following spinal anesthesia.
  • K. Welch
  • Medicine
  • A.M.A. archives of surgery
  • 1 July 1959
Of the recognized neurological sequelae of spinal anesthesia, those due to lumbar puncture are generally benign but relatively common, while those due to the constituents of the injection are, as aExpand
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Neurological and psychophysiological sequelae following different treatments of craniopharyngioma in children.
The authors present neurological findings and data from psychophysiological tests administered during the follow-up period of 35 patients with craniopharyngioma. Group I patients who were treated byExpand
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The permeation of several materials into the fluids of the rabbit's brain
1. 24Na, 36Cl and 35S thiourea were infused I.V. in rabbits according to schedules designed to yield approximately level activity in plasma for periods up to 5 hr. Cerebrospinal fluid was sampledExpand
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Cerebral hemangioma with glial neoplasia (angioglioma?). Report of two cases.
Two patients are reported who had intracerebral mass lesions composed of hemangioma and glial neoplasm. After excision, one recurred as an oligodendroglioma, and the remnant of the other remainedExpand
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Permeability of lung capillaries and alveoli to non‐electrolytes in the foetal lamb. With an Appendix
1. Two sets of experiments were performed on intact foetal lambs exteriorized at Caesarean section; in one set radioactively labelled test substances (inulin, sucrose, mannitol, erythritol, urea)Expand
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