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Abstract Every craniotomy requires immediate replacement of a fresh autograft of skull or, in the presence of cerebral swelling, delayed reimplantation of preserved autogenous skull. Resumption of osteogenesis, the index of viability, determines the effectiveness of these segments of calvaria in...
Abstract The five cases of atlanto-occipital dislocation reported in the world literature are reviewed, and four additional cases are presented, including two survivors. The pathological anatomy of this potentially catastrophic injury and its management are briefly discussed. Because immediate...
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Abstract Probability theory asserts the lawfulness of seemingly random events in large populations and seems to be a reasonable approach to a general understanding of the structure and function of the nervous system. The brain, by virtue of the number of its components, the multiplicity of their...
Abstract To determine the influence of systemic arterial blood pressure upon the pathogenesis of spinal cord injury, we eliminated the increase in systemic blood pressure normally observed after trauma to the spinal cord with the ganglionic blocker chlorisondamine. Blockade of the pressure...
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