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Infarct volume was 12 mL in the group with dehydration and 16 mL in those without, which was not a significant difference.
Our case is notable in that intracerebral macroscopic fat emboli causing acute cerebral infarct documented by CT have been reported rarely involving only mitral and aortic valve replacement surgery.
The reduction in infarct size, suppression of programmed cell death as a consequence of a heart attack, and the excellent safety profile provides strong rationale for the development of RNS60 as a novel treatment option for patients with AMI.
At 48 hours after MCAO, there was a significant loss of miR29b at the infarct site.
Since the coagulation depends on the dynamic balance between procoagulant and fibrinolytic activities, the later system should also be evaluated in the case of splenic infarct, I believe.
Splenic infarct, splenic rupture and organ failure are uncommon complications.
In a multivariate logistic regression equation that explained 43% of the variance in executive function, an infarct location in the cortical gray matter and educational level were the only significant predictors.
Pre treatment with 75 mg/kg/day and 100 mg/kg per day OLE for 30 days resulted in a reduction of infarct volume, while the lower dose (50 mg/kg/day) had no effect.
To determine the enzymatic infarct area, multiple blood samples to measure creatine kinase (CK)-MB levels (for every 3-hours during the first 24 h and for every 6-hours for the next 2 days, and then daily until discharge) were obtained.
Recent studies demonstrated that the transplantation of BMSCs could limit the size of myocardial infarct and improve cardiac function (Nagaya et al.
Data were normally distributed for patient age and the interval between stroke onset and lumbar puncture, whereas the NIHSS score on admission, the infarct volume, and the CSF concentrations of biomarkers were not normally distributed (Kolmogorov-Smirnov test).