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Researchers hypothesised that, if hypoxia and brain swelling lead to SDB, then it should be a common finding in infants' autopsies, in which both hypoxia and brain swelling are noted frequently.
Rats that had high circulating levels of progesterone performed much better after injury than did those without elevated progesterone, and even more surprisingly, had hardly any brain swelling.
Jon Ker suffered head injuries and brain swelling similar to that suffered by BBC Top Gear presenter Richard Hammond.
These included a broken shoulder blade, two broken collar bones, a broken wrist, a suspected broken right leg, a haemorrhage to the right eye and brain swelling.
Ca-ATP channel to screen for compounds that block the channel and the use of such antagonists as therapeutics in preventing brain swelling and damage are described.
The laundry list of maladies one can suffer in Mount Everest's ``Death Zone'' 7/8 frostbite, of course, but also brain swelling that can induce anything from life-threatening disorientation to madness 7/8 certainly seems to diminish the notion that it's a glamorous hobby.
The girl died of brain swelling from her head injury Sept.
Mrs Mason, of Garth Avenue, Glyncoch, who had been prescribed anti-convulsive drugs for her epilepsy and was diabetic, died at the University Hospital of Wales, in the Heath, Cardiff, on January 15, from severe brain swelling.
Enter the Dragon was global smash, but Lee died of apparent brain swelling in Hong Kong a month before its American debut.
I won't be able to play until my brain swelling goes down.
This so-called "second impact syndrome" can result in brain swelling, permanent brain damage, and even death.