Experimental intracerebral hemorrhage: description of a double injection model in rats.

@article{Deinsberger1996ExperimentalIH,
  title={Experimental intracerebral hemorrhage: description of a double injection model in rats.},
  author={Wolfgang Deinsberger and J S Vogel and Wolfgang Kuschinsky and Ludwig M. Auer and D K Boeker},
  journal={Neurological research},
  year={1996},
  volume={18 5},
  pages={475-7}
}
For experimental purposes, the most common technique of producing an intracerebral hematoma in rats is the injection of unclotted autologous blood. All modifications of this model share the problem that size and extension of the hematoma are not reproducible, because the injected blood either ruptures into the ventricular system or it extends to the subarachnoid or subdural space. Therefore a double injection model of experimental intracerebral hemorrhage in rats has been developed using 19… CONTINUE READING