Ataxia: an early indicator in high altitude cerebral edema.

@article{Wu2006AtaxiaAE,
  title={Ataxia: an early indicator in high altitude cerebral edema.},
  author={Tianyi Wu and Shouquan Ding and Jinliang Liu and Jianhou Jia and Ruichen Dai and Baozhu Liang and Jizhui Zhao and Detang Qi},
  journal={High altitude medicine & biology},
  year={2006},
  volume={7 4},
  pages={275-80}
}
Wu, Tianyi, Shouquan Ding, Jinliang Liu, Jianhou Jia, Ruichen Dai, Baozhu Liang, Jizhui Zhao, and Detang Qi. Ataxia: an early indicator in high altitude cerebral edema. High Alt. Med. Biol. 7:275-280, 2006.--As a result of industrial development in the western region of China, in 2001 the Chinese government decided to build Qinghai-Tibetan Railway. The new railroad stretches 1118 km from Golmud (2808 m) to Lhasa (3658 m), with more than three-quarter of the distance above 4000 m, through the Mt… CONTINUE READING