cerebrospinal


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cerebrospinal

of or relating to the brain and spinal cord
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Researchers analyzed cerebrospinal fluid from 69 people with HIV who had been on anti-HIV therapy for an average of nine years.
The researchers, published in the Journal of Neuroscience, tracked the flow of cerebrospinal fluid and found that the hypertensive rats exhibited larger ventricles, decreased brain volume, and impaired fluid transport.
In second lumbar puncture, the pressure of cerebrospinal fluid was found to be 18 cmH20.
4.76 +- 3.49, p<0.001), cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) protein level (144.71 +- 99.15 vs 58.27 +- 15.62, p<0.001) and mean cell count (185.00 +- 97.29 vs.
2) revealed widened cerebrospinal fluid signal intensities on either side of the optic nerve on axial images (predominantly right side).
According to Ihekweazu, high temperatures and low humidity during the dry season increase the likelihood of transmission of organisms that cause Cerebrospinal meningitis in Nigeria.
Removing cerebrospinal fluid to alleviate symptoms is invasive.
On the other hand, the volume of cerebrospinal fluid, which fills the inner and outer cavities of the brain, had increased within the cortex with long-term exposure to microgravity.
Stephan Muller, Ph.D., from the University of Tubingen in Germany, and colleagues examined 372 individuals participating in the Dominantly Inherited Alzheimer Network to evaluate the cross-sectional relationship of physical activity with cognitive performance, functional status, cognitive decline, and Alzheimer's disease biomarkers in cerebrospinal fluid.
Objective: To determine the effectiveness of transcranial dural repair in the management of early traumatic cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) rhinorrhea.
The researchers discovered that the flow of cerebrospinal fluid is a key signal for neural stem cell renewal.
Stanford scientists find possible autism biomarker in cerebrospinal fluid.