The influence of impaired microvasculature on regional blood flow of the spinal cord after microsurgery.

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OBJECTIVE To further investigate the impact of impaired microvasculature of spinal cord and its physiological compensation on postoperative morbidity after intramedullary microsurgery. METHODS In 120 cats, the segmental anterior longitudinal spinal arteries (ALSA), the posterior longitudinal spinal arteries (PLSA), and the unilateral radiculomedullary… (More)

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@article{Fan1998TheIO, title={The influence of impaired microvasculature on regional blood flow of the spinal cord after microsurgery.}, author={T. Fan and C Wang and Fubao Wang and L. Luo and Wangzhen Guo}, journal={Chinese medical journal}, year={1998}, volume={111 6}, pages={488-91} }