R A Mesher

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A 61-year-old man became deaf after the second of two cerebral infarctions which successively involved the temporal and adjacent cortices. He remained completely deaf until death 27 months later. Click stimulation demonstrated normal short-latency potentials, middle-latency responses better developed to stimulation of the right than of the left ear, and(More)
Pyramidal tract neurons (PTNs) from tungstic acid, cobalt and alumina gel foci in cat were studied for spontaneous and antidromically-evoked firing patterns. Specifically, the structured long-first-interval (LFI) burst was looked for. The LFI burst did occur spontaneously from PTNs in tungstic acid foci but could not be antidromically evoked. The LFI burst(More)
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