By G. F. Rossi (auth.), Professor Jan Gybels, Professor Edward R. Hitchcock, Priv.-Doz. Christoph Ostertag, Professor Gian Franco Rossi, Professor Jean Siegfried, Professor Gabor Szikla (eds.)
Local interstitial radiation remedy of intrinsic and inaccessible mind tumors is faced with significant difficulties: 1. The tolerance of standard mind tissue, that is frequently eager about neighborhood tumor irradiation, i.e. perifocal white subject edema and demyelinating results, is important. 2. info on radiation results of implanted radioactive assets on neoplastic tissue, i.e. info at the radiosensitivity and at the biology of tumors, are nonetheless greatly unavailable. In scientific perform the dose with which to accomplish a given quantity of tumor necrosis is approximately envisioned. This document bargains with the experimental findings of Iodine-125 and Iridium-I92 everlasting implants in fit and neoplastic mind tissue. Our personal experimental findings are correlated with experimental facts on Yttnul11-l)O irradiation from the literature. The research is directed to gather info at the tolerance non-tumoral mind tissue and to try to set up a dose-response dating. Morphologic alterations within the puppy mind Following Interstitial Iodine-125 Irradiation Iodine-I25 seeds (manufactured by way of three M corporation, St. Paul, M. N.) with an job of 3.55 mCi have been completely implanted below stereotactic stipulations into the subcortical white subject of the gyrus coronalis of the left hemisphere in 6 beagle canine. One animal with a non-radioactive seed implanted less than comparable operative stipulations served as a keep an eye on. The animals have been allowed to outlive 25, forty six, seventy one, ninety four, 248, 368 days, respectively, after the implantation. The regulate animal survived forty six days. a close description of the experimental method is given in different places sixteen. 17.
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Arch. Suisse Neurol. Neurochir. Psych. 115 (1974), 229-270. Acta Neurochirurgica, Suppl. 33, 57-61 (1984) © by Springer-Verlag 1984 Techniques for the Analysis of Spike Trains in the Human Central Nervous System * F. A. LenzI, R. R. Tasker I, H. C. Kwan 3 , J. T. Murphy2, and H. H. Nguyen-Huu 3 With I Figure Summary This paper describes two methods, the cross correlogram and spectral cross correlation techniques, for correlating spike trains and analog signals recorded at operation. Keywords: Cross correlogram; spectral cross correlation; spike trains.
Partial Epilepsy In 14 patients with partial epilepsy, FDG studies were performed during the interictal phase. During and after PET studies, EEG recordings are also taken. In our FDG studies we Changes of Energy Metabolism 39 Fig. 1. Four tomographic images for quantitative FDG study in control subjects showing symmetrical rCMRGI in both cerebral hemispheres observed 5 different patterns of findings during the interictal phase in partial epilepsy, and these are listed in Table 2. 02) which correlate closely with EEG recordings of maximum epileptic discharges during the interictal phase.
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Advances in Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery 6: Proceedings of the 6th Meeting of the European Society for Stereotactic and Functional Neurosurgery, Rome 1983 by G. F. Rossi (auth.), Professor Jan Gybels, Professor Edward R. Hitchcock, Priv.-Doz. Christoph Ostertag, Professor Gian Franco Rossi, Professor Jean Siegfried, Professor Gabor Szikla (eds.)