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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/27063501/a-novel-method-for-classifying-cortical-state-to-identify-the-accompanying-changes-in-cerebral-hemodynamics
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R Slack, L Boorman, P Patel, S Harris, M Bruyns-Haylett, A Kennerley, M Jones, J Berwick
BACKGROUND: Many brain imaging techniques interpret the haemodynamic response as an indirect indicator of underlying neural activity. However, a challenge when interpreting this blood based signal is how changes in brain state may affect both baseline and stimulus evoked haemodynamics. NEW METHOD: We developed an Automatic Brain State Classifier (ABSC), validated on data from anaesthetised rodents. It uses vectorised information obtained from the windowed spectral frequency power of the Local Field Potential...
July 15, 2016: Journal of Neuroscience Methods
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1196854/-a-hypophysis-abscess-syndrome-in-cattle-iii-pathogenesis-author-s-transl
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G Espersen, T Moller
The pathogenesis of a hypophysis-absces-syndrome in cattle is discussed on the basis of clinical (Espersen 1975) and pathomorphological (Møller and Espersen 1975) investigations. It is concluded that several pathogenetic mechanisms are possible. A remarkable high incidence of the syndrome in recently ringed bulls point to the possibility of a porogenous spread from the nasal septum to the meninges and brain. The often occurring traumatic horn lesions with subsequent sinusitis suggest a porogenous spread from the sinus to the meninges and brain...
December 1975: Nordisk Veterinaermedicin
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/1196849/-a-hypophysis-absces-syndrome-in-cattle-ii-pathomorphological-investigations-author-s-transl
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T Moller, G Espersen
The clinical description (Espersen 1975) of a hypophysis-absces-syndrome in cattle is based on a retrospective analysis of 25 cases, which all were subjected to a patho-morphological examination after death or euthanasia. The post-mortem picture is characterized grossly by purulent, sero-fibrinous or serous inflammation of meninges, brain, cerebral ventricles, and pituitary region, with accumulation of pus in the pituitary region. The purlent inflammation in the pituitary region is often progressing intracranially but extradurally and involves adjacent cranial nerves, particularly the trigeminal and optic nerves...
November 1975: Nordisk Veterinaermedicin
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