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https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/9603064/intercostal-nerve-nerve-neuroma-pns-implantation-in-spinal-cord-anastomosis-bridging-spinal-cord-transection-enhancement-of-central-neurons-cns-axonal-regeneration
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The enhancement of axonal regeneration in the spinal cord transection is shown by implanting intercostal nerve neuroma with origin cephalic to spinal cord transection site. The nerve is implanted in the distal spinal cord near the transection site. The intercostal nerve peripheral portion is anchored in the distal spinal cord using a plasma clot suture. 2,3,4 Regeneration of (CNS) axons and (PNS) axons in the spinal cord transaction lesion demands care, rehabilitation, no infections, and maintenance of normal body functions...
1997: Biomedical Sciences Instrumentation
https://www.readbyqxmd.com/read/593513/-congenital-carotid-sinus-cervical-sagittal-fistula
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F Tokarz, W Liebert, J Rostek, L Mazur
The reported case presented an unusual form of congenital carotid-sagittal communication. Clinical findings included: except vascular murmur over the skull a characteristic syndrome consisting of of epleptic seizures, hemiparesis, aphasia and dementia. The communication was excised radically in its central and peripheral parts. The segment corresponding to the main trunk of the middle cerebral artery was narrowed by means of bipolar coagulation. Postoperative angiography and disappearance of most neurological signs after the operation showed that the chronically ischaemic parts of the brain resumed their functions...
September 1977: Neurologia i Neurochirurgia Polska
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