Volker Schramm

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The term blow-out fracture was co ined by Smith and Regan [1] to describe an orbital floor fracture caused by a very sudden increase in intraorbital pressure without concomitant fracture of the orbital rim . Most blow-out fractures involve the orbital floor. Less often the medial orbital wall is fractured either solely or in conjunction with a fracture of(More)
Interhemispheric interrelationships under conditions of the combination of transcallosal stimulation and monocular photostimulation with varied time intervals have been studied in acute experiments on 20 curarized cats with topographic recording of evoked potentials (EP) from homotypical areas of the visual cortex of both hemispheres. Interhemispheric(More)
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