Matt Neilson

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In animal models of human diffuse axonal injury, axonal swellings leading to secondary axotomy occur between 2 and 6 h after injury. But, analysis of cytoskeletal changes associated with secondary axotomy has not been undertaken. We have carried out a quantitative analysis of cytoskeletal changes in a model of diffuse axonal injury 4 h after stretch-injury(More)
It was hypothesized that rapid rather than slow re-warming following traumatic brain injury (TBI) and short-term hypothermia results in secondary, ultrastructural pathology. After stretch injury to the right optic nerve, adult guinea pigs were randomly allocated to one of six experimental groups. Either (1) sham (all procedures but not stretch-injured; n =(More)
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