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Trauma to the Central Nervous System May Result in Formation or

Trauma to the Central Nervous System. May Result in Formation or Enlargement of Multiple Sclerosis Plaques. Charles M. Poser, MD, FRCP. IN SOME patients with mul- tiple sclerosis (MS), cer- tain kinds of trauma may act as a trigger at some time for the appearance of new or recurrent symptoms. Only trauma affecting the ...


"Traumatic Central Nervous System Injury". In: Encyclopedia of Life

Traumatic Central Nervous. System Injury. Peter K Stys,University of Ottawa, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Neurotrauma is a major health problem worldwide, causing serious disability in hundreds of thousands of people every year. Research has begun to uncover the key biochemical processes that are unleashed after injury, ...


The Central Nervous System Injury response

The Central Nervous System. Reaction to Injury. Anne Buckley MD PhD. Neuropathology. This is the first CNS lecture, so she is going to give some background info ...


An Injury Severity Scale for Comprehensive Management of Central

The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is used in central Virginia by emergency medi- cal technicians (EMTs), emergency department personnel and neurosurgical staff to evaluate patients with central nervous system (CNS) trauma. In a series of 406 patients admitted to the neurosurgical services at the University of. Virginia ...


In Vitro Central Nervous System Models Of Mechanically Induced

with data from in vivo models of CNS injury. We believe that in vitro models of mechanical injury will continue to be a valuable tool to study the cellular consequences and evaluate the potential therapeutic strategies for the treatment of traumatic injury of the CNS. Key words: cell culture; injury mechanisms; intervention; ...


Inhibition of lipid peroxidation in central nervous system trauma and

Inhibition of lipid peroxidation in central nervous system trauma and ischemia. Edward D. Hall *. ('entral Ycrl tJu~ 5wrcm Dl,~eases Research, The Upjohn Company, Kahxrnazoo, M149001, USA. Accepted 14 Jul~ 1995. Abstract. A novel group of compounds, the 21 aminosteroids ("lazaroids"). have been designed that are ...


Central Nervous System-Initiated Inflammation and Neurotrophism

Central Nervous System-Initiated Inflammation and. Neurotrophism in Trauma: IL -1Я Is Required for the. Production of Ciliary Neurotrophic Factor. 1. Leonie M. Herx,* Serge Rivest,‡ and V. Wee Yong2*†. Injury to the CNS results in the production and accumulation of inflammatory cytokines within this tissue. The origin and ...


Regenerative Therapy for Central Nervous System Trauma

Abstract Functional regeneration and not merely structural restoration is important in the central nervous system (CNS) following loss of tissue due to trauma. Spontaneous regeneration in the CNS is poor due to a number of reasons, mainly the presence of inhibitory factors. This chapter reviews the mechanism of this ...


Palmitoylethanolamide in Homeostatic and Traumatic Central

CNS & Neurological Disorders - Drug Targets, 2013, 12, 55-61. 55. Palmitoylethanolamide in Homeostatic and Traumatic Central Nervous. System Injuries. Emanuela Esposito and Salvatore Cuzzocrea. *. Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Messina, Viale Ferdinando Stagno D'Alcontres,.

Palmitoylethanolamide in Homeostatic and Traumatic Central Nervous.pdf

Central Nervous System and Neuromuscular Diseases

Electric or lightning injury. SPINAL CORD CONDITIONS: BRAIN STEM CONDITIONS: Other (specify): Bulbar palsy. Pseudobulbar palsy. Other (specify): Meningitis. Specify organism: HIV. Neurosyphilis. Lyme disease. Encephalitis, epidemic, chronic, including poliomyelitis, anterior (anterior horn cells). Brain abscess. CNS ...


The course and prognostic factors of cognitive status after central

CNS trauma over time are crucial.13 A recent study was conducted on the factors associated. The course and prognostic factors of cognitive status after central nervous system trauma: a systematic review protocol. Tatyana Mollayeva,1,2,3 Nicole Pacheco,3,4 Andrea D'Souza,3 Angela Colantonio1,2,3. To cite: Mollayeva T, ...


Central Nervous System Injury and Nicotinamide Adenine

Central Nervous System Injury and Nicotinamide. Adenine Dinucleotide Phosphate Oxidase: Oxidative Stress and Therapeutic Targets. Ramona E. von Leden,1 Young J. Yauger,1 Guzal Khayrullina,2 and Kimberly R. Byrnes1,2. Abstract. Injury to the central nervous system (CNS) includes both traumatic brain and spinal ...


Acroleinmediated injury in nervous system trauma and diseases

In neurode- generative diseases lacking obvious physical trauma, oxida- tive stress is considered one of the primary mechanisms. Abbreviations: ALDH, aldehyde dehydrogenase; ANT, adenine nucleotide translocase; CAP, compound action potential; Caspr, contactin-associated protein; CNS, central nervous system; EAE,.


Association of perinatal events, epilepsy, and central nervous

nervous system trauma with juvenile delinquency. Paula Rantakallio, Markku Koiranen, Jyrki Mottonen. Abstract. The association of perinatal events, childhood epilepsy, and central nervous system trauma with juvenile delinquency was studied pro- spectively in a geographically defined popula- tion of 5966 males in  ...


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injury to the central nervous system. Their work on experimental stroke is discussed, and its relevance to spinal cord injuries accompanied by comparable hemorrhage and ischemia involving neurons is implied. KEY Wonvs monoamine neurotransmitter dopamine norepinephrine serotonin stroke spinal cord injury. W HEN ...


How Does Psychological Trauma Affect the Body and the Brain The

Sensory Nervous System. The motor nervous system (see the next section) usually gets the most attention in books and training on trauma and PTSD, particularly the autonomic nervous system. However; the sensory nervous system holds many keys for understanding how the limbic system, particularly the amygdala, ...


CLINICAL RECOVERY AFTER central nervous system (CNS

CLINICAL RECOVERY AFTER central nervous system (CNS) trauma or ischemia may be limited by a neural injury process that is triggered and perpetuated at the cellular level, rather than by a lesion amenable to surgical repair. It is widely thought that one such process, a fundamental pathological mechanism initiated by ...


Abuse to the Pediatric Central Nervous System

Abuse to the Pediatric Central Nervous System. Derek C. ... nervous system ( CNS) damage was often not identified, other than at postmortem or .... trauma. MR is especially sensitive and specific as to the varying ages of subdural hematomas (Fig. 5). Use of MR increases the probability of detecting pos- terior fossa subdural ...


Central Nervous System Bleeding in Hemophiliacs

subarachnoid or subdural bleeding. Intra- two-thirds were less than. 1 8 yr old, and spinal bleeding occurred in six patients. The one-third were age. 3 yr or less when. CNS combined modality rate was. 34%. Of 47 bleeding occurred. Thirty- eight. (54%) had survivors,. 12 (26%) had recurrent bleed- a history of recent trauma;.



sociated with neurological disorders, Parkinson's disease, stroke and traumatic brain injuries. The document makes a .... AED antiepileptic drug. AIDS acquired immunodeficiency syndrome. ART antiretroviral therapy. BPSD behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia. CNS central nervous system. CRPS complex ...