Changes in pyramidal tract conduction with experimental brain-stem ischaemia in the monkey.

Abstract

The effect of graded ischaemia on intracranial nerve fibre conduction has not previously been studied quantitatively. We measured pyramidal tract (PT) discharges evoked by electrical stimulation of the ipsilateral motor cortex, together with local blood flow (by hydrogen clearance), in the internal capsule and ventral pons of baboons anaesthetised with… (More)

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@article{Branston1988ChangesIP, title={Changes in pyramidal tract conduction with experimental brain-stem ischaemia in the monkey.}, author={Neil M. Branston and P B Bentivoglio and Fumiko Momma and Lindsay Symon}, journal={Electroencephalography and clinical neurophysiology}, year={1988}, volume={69 5}, pages={469-75} }