Sharon T Wong

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Increased intraspinal nerve growth factor (NGF) after spinal cord injury (SCI) is detrimental to the autonomic nervous system. Autonomic dysreflexia is a debilitating condition characterized by episodic hypertension, intense headache, and sweating. Experimentally, it is associated with aberrant primary afferent sprouting in the dorsal horn that is nerve(More)
Changes in retinal neuron distribution may reflect normal or pathological changes in retinal function. The quantitative study of retinal neurons provides a better understanding of anomalous mechanisms, such as those controlling ocular growth and refractive error development in experimental animals. We developed a method to facilitate the quantitative(More)
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