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Taha-Burchiel REK

Description:... placement integrated with the CRW system for simplified functional neurosurgery. The REK was developed in conjunction with Dr. Jamal Taha and Dr. Kim burchiel at the University of Cincinnati. The unique back-loading design of the recording electrode helps prevent tip damage upon insertion into the brain. Ele...
Company:Integra Radionics, Inc.
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OHSU Dept of Neurosurgery - Facial Pain

ohsu dept of neurosurgery ... Led by Kim Burchiel, MD, professor and chairman of the OHSU Department of ... Kim Burchiel, M.D., Professor and Chairman. David ...

Cytochrome P450 1B1 Is Required for 7,12-Dimethylbenz(a)-anthracene ...

Spleen cells were harvested as described previously (Burchiel et al., 2004) ... J. Gao, L. A. Mitchell, F. T. Lauer, and S. W. Burchiel ...

Ryanodine Receptor-Mediated Rapid Increase in Intracellular Calcium ...

Burchiel, S. S., Lauer, F. F., McDonald, J. J., and ... Burchiel, S. W., and Luster, M. I. (2001) ... Davila, D. D., Romero, D. D., and Burchiel, S. S. (1996) ...

P a i n P a i n

Please send your input to Kim J. Burchiel, M.D., editor, ... Surgical Management of Pain: Burchiel. 2002, 1008 pp. 500 illustrations (approx) ...

Health on the Banks of the Rio Grande

According to center director Scott Burchiel, the unique populations of New ... Burchiel says that investigating environmental health problems such as asthma ...

Current algorithm for the surgical treatment of facial pain

Burchiel's classification scheme for facial pains commonly encountered in ... Eller JL, Raslan AM, Burchiel KJ. Trigeminal neuralgia: definition and classification. ...
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