... acute papillitis; described in detail the cerebral
scleroses, during whose investigation he performed many cerebral
transplantations ( brain grafts ) between living rabbits; and histologically reclassified the cerebral
tumors and the inflammations of the innermost ...
... aggregating protein
Alzheimer's disease, cerebral
Amyloid β peptide (Aβ) ... bodies (FENIB)
hemorrhage with amyloidosis (Icelandic) (HCHWA-I) ...
^ Walker LC and LeVine H (2000). "The cerebral
proteopathies". Neurobiol Aging 21 : 559-561. ...
... is fine in between spells. Electroencephalograms (EEG's) are normal in these children. There is no relationship to the development of seizures or cerebral
With the second type, known as "Pallid" breath-holding spells, the most common stimulus is a painful event. The child turns pale (as ...
Esophageal motility study
... of an organ or part of an organ from its normal position, often specifically Gray Matter Heterotopia , the displacement of gray matter into the cerebral
white matter or ventricles .
Patients with heterotopic grey matter almost always have seizure disorders .
Heterotopia is often divided into ...
... gradient against the tissue to be treated, to assist with chemical movement.
For example, osmotherapy can be used to treat a patient who has cerebral
hemorrhage . This might include the use of mannitol to maintain the brain's homeostasis .
| A rather technical, but ...