Scott McNally

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Emotional behavior and activity levels were studied following administration of ethanol and/or a carbamate pesticide, methomyl, to rats via a ground chow diet. Acetylcholinesterase levels were lowered following the experimental diets. The group having the greatest reduction in AChE, the methomyl group, showed less evidence for habituation in an open-field(More)
OBJECTIVE Aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage management is hampered by our incomplete understanding of what variables promote aneurysm formation, growth, and rupture. Because hypovitaminosis D has been identified as a risk factor for other vascular diseases, we examined its association with cerebral aneurysms requiring treatment. METHODS We(More)
This case report illustrates the neuroanatomy and neurovascular anatomy of the cervical spinal cord by exploring the pathophysiology of cervical cord infarction secondary to vertebral artery injury. The spinal cord is made up of several important tracts, including the dorsal column medial lemniscus system, corticospinal tracts, and the anterolateral system.(More)
PURPOSE Kinetic analysis using dynamic contrast enhanced MRI to assess neovascularization of carotid plaque requires images with high spatial and temporal resolution. This work demonstrates a new three-dimensional (3D) dynamic contrast enhanced imaging sequence, which directly measures the arterial input function with high temporal resolution yet maintains(More)