Cerebral Edema and Vascular Permeability to Serum Proteins Following Electroconvulsive Shock in Rats.

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The regional brain specific gravity and the cerebrovascular permeability to serum proteins were investigated in rats subjected to electroconvulsive shock (ECS) with different stimulus intensity and different stimulus periods. The following experimental situations were studied: one ECS daily for 9 days (50 mA in 0.3 s), one ECS daily for 9 days (50 mA in 0.9… (More)

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@article{Laursen1991CerebralEA, title={Cerebral Edema and Vascular Permeability to Serum Proteins Following Electroconvulsive Shock in Rats.}, author={Henning Bœkgaard Laursen and A. Gjerris and Tom Gert Bolwig and Diana Barry}, journal={Convulsive therapy}, year={1991}, volume={7 4}, pages={237-244} }