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TRANSPLANTATION OF EMBRYONIC DOPAMINERGIC NEURONS Robert E. Breeze, Denver, Colorado Dr. Apuzzo has asked me to provide my perspective on fetal cell implantation to treat Parkinson's disease, including my thoughts on a recently published article by our group that described the results of the...
Abstract This presentation is designed to share with fellow neurosurgeons a topic, namely the oath of Hippocrates, that has been a subject of fascination to physicians, scholars, historians, and even the public for the past 2500 years. Its moral and ethical message has exhibited remarkable...
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Abstract OBJECTIVE The objective of this study was to investigate whether hypothermia would suppress secondary damage in the chronic postischemic stage, in terms of glutamate excitotoxicity. METHODS Gerbils underwent 5 minutes of ischemia via bilateral common carotid artery occlusion. Seven...
INTERNATIONAL/ GENERAL NEUROSURGERY SEPTEMBER 12–15, 2001 4th Congress of the International Society of Neurosurgical Technology & Instrument Invention Cairns, Australia Contact: ISNTii 2001 Congress Secretariat P.O. Box 1280 Milton, Queensland 4064, Australia Tel: 61/7-3858-5592 Fax:...
Abstract OBJECTIVE Cigarette smoking has been demonstrated to increase the risk of subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH). Whether cessation of smoking decreases this risk remains unclear. We performed a case-control study to examine the effect of smoking and other known risk factors for cerebrovascular...
Abstract Fundamental postulates underlying the fabric of biomedicine are rarely discussed, much less seen in print. Scientific surgery and its subspecialties are relatively new fields, and their philosophical basis has received little attention since Halsted's day. During the last quarter...
CELL TRANSPLANTATION IN PARKINSON's DISEASE: IMPLICATIONS FOR HUMAN CLINICAL TRIALS Robert G. Grossman, Houston, Texas Freed et al. (4) recently published the results of a trial of embryonic cell transplantation for patients with severe Parkinson's disease. The transplanted tissue, which...
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