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The mice were sacrificed under deep anesthesia 24 hours after brain ischemia.
Susceptibility to focal and glogal brain ischemia of alzheimer mice displaying a[beta] deposits: effect of immunoglobulin.
Additionally, the report provides an overview of key players involved in therapeutic development for Brain Ischemia and features dormant and discontinued projects.
Latour, "Evidence of reperfusion injury, exacerbated by thrombolytic therapy, in human focal brain ischemia using a novel imaging marker of early blood-brain barrier disruption," Stroke, vol.
1 patient showed arcuate field defects, 1had inferior altitudinal defect 4 Brain infarcts most common 3 patients showed homonymous vessel involved was MCA and hemianopic field defects PCA 5 Brain ischemia 2 showed homonymous hemianopic field defects,
It also reviews key players involved in the therapeutic development for Brain Ischemia and special features on late-stage and discontinued projects.
Various external and internal factors can cause ischemia, and despite advances in the research field of brain ischemia in experimental rat models, no effective therapy has been established [1].
In conclusion, functional disorders after brain ischemia are mainly due to the damage caused by oxidant production in brain cells.
Before discussing a deductive approach to biomedicine, we illustrate the prevailing inductive biomedical approach using the field of brain ischemia as an example.
It has been supposed that green tea polyphenols (GTPs) have neuroprotective effects on brain damage after brain ischemia in animal experiments.
1), (2) Patients who died of brain ischemia show prominent [beta]-amyloid protein and apolipoprotein E in histopathologic analysis of the hippocampus.
Despite the intensive care extended to all our patients with disclosed cerebral vessels narrowing, two patients with MCA spasm developed brain ischemia in the territory supplied by this artery (one out of three patients with MCA narrowing classified as "severe").

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