Long-term exposure to local but not inhalation anesthetics affects neurite regeneration and synapse formation between identified lymnaea neurons.

@article{Onizuka2005LongtermET,
  title={Long-term exposure to local but not inhalation anesthetics affects neurite regeneration and synapse formation between identified lymnaea neurons.},
  author={Shin Onizuka and Mayumi Takasaki and Naweed I Syed},
  journal={Anesthesiology},
  year={2005},
  volume={102 2},
  pages={353-63}
}
BACKGROUND General and local anesthetics are used in various combinations during surgical procedures to repair damaged tissues and organs, which in almost all instances involve nervous system functions. Because synaptic transmission recovers rapidly from various inhalation anesthetics, it is generally assumed that their effects on nerve regeneration and synapse formation that precede injury or surgery may not be as detrimental as that of their local counterparts. However, a direct comparison of… CONTINUE READING
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