Postischemic spontaneous hyperthermia is not a major aggravating factor for neuronal damage following repeated brief cerebral ischemia in the gerbil.

Abstract

Brief and non-lethal cerebral ischemia produces most severe neuronal damage when such ischemia is induced repeatedly at 1-h intervals. We examined whether spontaneous postischemic hyperthermia is an aggravating factor for the cumulative damage following repeated ischemia in the gerbil. We maintained body and cranial temperature at normothermia throughout… (More)

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