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The cerebral projection of vestibular signaling was studied by using PET with a special differential experimental protocol. Caloric vestibular stimulation (CVS)-induced regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) changes were investigated in two populations. Butanol perfusion scans were carried out on six healthy volunteers and on six patients following the removal(More)
There are a number of well-known stimulation methods for the investigation of the central projection of the vestibular system. In addition to optokinetic, galvanic and neck vibration tests, the most widespread method is caloric stimulation. These listed methods cause not only vestibular, but also other effects on the central nervous system (CNS) (acoustic,(More)
From the bibliography it is well known that pulsatile electromagnetic field has an anti-inflammatory and analgesic effect. It causes vasodilatation, myorelaxation, hyper-production of connective tissue and activation of the cell membrane. Therefore our aim was to study the possible therapeutic effect of pulsatile electromagnetic field in asthmatic children.(More)
In this retrospective study of 67 aneurysmal patients, the predictive role of central conduction time (CCT) on vasospasm occurrence evaluated by means of transcranial Doppler sonography (TCD) and the correlation of CCT to blood flow velocity measured simultaneously in postoperative course were studied. Data about the clinical state of patients at the time(More)
Blood flow velocity of 24 patients in state of the brain death were examined by transcranial Doppler sonography. Authors expound the characteristic velocity-pulse graphs recorded in progressively increasing intracranial pressure and their chronology as well. The different forms of the oscillating flow and their successive development are described. The(More)
Although SEP monitoring of the spinal cord has been a well established method recently, not an ultimate, perfectly developed technique for monitoring of the motor system is known so far, particularly, because of the disturbing effect of narcotic drugs and relaxants on the motor evoked potentials. In this study the upper part of the spinal cord was(More)
A case of a young man with fever of unknown origin is presented. This diagnosis can be frustrating for both patients and physicians because the diagnostic workup often involves numerous noninvasive and invasive procedures that sometimes fail to explain the fever. In the presented case some of the imaging diagnostic findings suggested malignant hematological(More)
Because of the suppressant effects of anesthetic drugs and muscle relaxants on motor responses elicited by either magnetic or electrical transcranial stimulation, intraoperative monitoring of the motor system, and especially monitoring of lower limb function, presents many difficulties. The upper part of the spinal cord was stimulated in 14 anesthetized and(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the value of nasopharyngeal and tracheal recordings of somatosensory evoked potentials (SSEP) in anesthetized dogs. ANIMALS 10 healthy mixed-breed dogs (5 males and 5 females). PROCEDURE Square-ware electrical stimuli (50 microseconds duration, 4Hz) were delivered through bipolar surface electrodes to the median nerve of the(More)