Deep Brain Stimulation: Expanding Applications
- Medicine, PsychologyNeurologia medico-chirurgica
The potential efficacy of DBS for neurologic and psychiatric disorders currently under clinical investigation is examined and findings from recent animal models are summarized.
Benefits and risks of pharmacological and surgical treatments for essential tremor: disease mechanisms and current management
- Medicine, BiologyExpert opinion on drug safety
The ability to use neuroprotective medications to intervene in the developing disease to either slow or halt the progression of the pathological process, would involve an understanding of underlying disease mechanisms.
Brief Review Epinephrine and the Genesis of Hypertension
- Biology, Medicine
The weight of evidence indicates that epinephrine can augment norepinephrine release in humans, and the epinphrine hypothesis, itself, remains unproven.
Is postural tremor size controlled by interstitial potassium concentration in muscle?
- MedicineJournal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry
This study showed that ischaemia did not reduce tremor size unless there was accompanying muscular activity, and that an accumulation of K+ in the interstitium of the ischaemic active muscle may blunt the response of the muscle and reduce its fusion frequency, so that the force output becomes less pulsatile and tremorsize decreases.
Nicotinic acetylcholine receptor α5 subunits modulate oxotremorine-induced salivation and tremor
- BiologyJournal of the Neurological Sciences
potassium concentration in muscle ? Is postural tremor size controlled by interstitial
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Epinephrine and the genesis of hypertension.
- Biology, MedicineHypertension
The weight of evidence indicates that epinephrine can augment norepinephrine release in humans, and the epine dopamine hypothesis, itself, remains unproven.
Mecanismes adrenèrgics en la fisiopatologia del tremolor essencial
L'expressió tremolor essencial o tremolor essencial benigne s'empra per descriure una s índ rome neurológica caracterizada per la presencia gairebé exclusiva d'un tremolor posicional predominant a…
Low plasma concentrations of adrenaline and physiological tremor in man.
- Medicine, BiologyJournal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry
Finger tremor was measured in six normal subjects during intravenous infusions of adrenaline resulting in venous plasma adrenaline concentrations within the physiological range and Tremor amplitude significantly increased after 15 and 25 minutes infusion at the higher dose of adrenaline.
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PLASMA NORADRENALINE IN DIAGNOSIS OF PHAEOCHROMOCYTOMA IN A CHILD
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IS ADRENALINE THE CAUSE OF ESSENTIAL HYPERTENSION?
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