Rapid vestibular compensation in guinea pig even with prolonged anesthesia.

@article{Gliddon2004RapidVC,
  title={Rapid vestibular compensation in guinea pig even with prolonged anesthesia.},
  author={Catherine M. Gliddon and Cynthia L. Darlington and Paul F Smith},
  journal={Neuroscience letters},
  year={2004},
  volume={371 2-3},
  pages={138-41}
}
The results of previous studies have suggested that prolonged anesthesia following unilateral labyrinthectomy (UL) results in a retardation of vestibular compensation, the process of behavioral recovery that occurs following the lesion. In this study we investigated the effects of short-term (25 min) and long-term (4 h) anesthesia with isoflurane on the time course of vestibular compensation following UL in guinea pig. Although there were significant differences in the frequency of spontaneous… CONTINUE READING

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