The possible role of hypoxia in the formation of axonal bulbs.

@article{Kaur1999ThePR,
  title={The possible role of hypoxia in the formation of axonal bulbs.},
  author={Baljit Kaur and Guy N Rutty and Walter R Timperley},
  journal={Journal of clinical pathology},
  year={1999},
  volume={52 3},
  pages={203-9}
}
AIMS To assess the possible role of hypoxia in the formation of axonal bulbs. METHODS Study material comprised sections from 28 brains showing evidence of cerebral hypoxia with no history of head injury, four with a history of head trauma but no evidence of hypoxic change, eight with a history of head trauma and hypoxic change, and four from control brains originally described as "diffuse axonal injury." These were subjected to microwave antigen retrieval and immunohistochemistry using… CONTINUE READING

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