Acute ischaemic neuropathy in the rabbit.

  title={Acute ischaemic neuropathy in the rabbit.},
  author={Klaus He\ss and R. A. Eames and Paul Darveniza and R. W. Gilliatt},
  journal={Journal of the neurological sciences},
  volume={44 1},
Ligation of either the common and internal iliac or the internal and external iliac arteries produced ischaemic lesions of the sciatic nerve and its branches, as well as direct muscle damage, in 5 out of 6 rabbits. In one animal, ligation of the aorta and of the internal iliac artery on one side produced a similar mixture of nerve and muscle damage on the side of the double ligation. Ligation of the femoral artery alone in 3 animals failed to produce significant changes. In the 6 affected… CONTINUE READING


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