Hemisection


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Hem`i`sec´tion


n.1.(Anat.) A division along the mesial plane; also, one of the parts so divided.
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The manuscript, entitled 'Restorative Effects of Human Neural Stem Cell Grafts on the Primate Spinal Cord,' involved a study to evaluate the potential benefits of transplanting NSI-566 into rhesus monkeys two weeks after they received a hemisection lesion of the cervical spinal cord.
Data are displayed as average numbers of GFP-positive nuclear counts per section or hemisection and per group.
Percutaneous Achilles tendon lengthening: a cadaver-based study of failure of the triple hemisection technique.
G-CSF in a mouse spinal cord hemisection recruits microglia to the injury site in the first 72h after spinal cord injury [14].
Brown-Sequard is best remembered for his description of hemisection of the spinal cord which he first observed in sugarcane harvesters' injuries in his native land, Mauritius.
Experimental section and hemisection of the spinal cord (taken from De Locis affectibus).
In the current study, we performed a complete hemisection of the corticospinal tract on the injured side following damage by cutting exactly half of the cervical spinal cord at the upper cervical spinal cord level.
1, 4, 5) O'Reilly stated that the hemisection of two fused teeth is contraindicated because there would be exposure of the vascular canals, favoring contamination of the pulp organ and encouraging tissue necrosis.
In cases of furcation involvement of grade II or III, a surgical approach ensures the removal of irritants; any necessary root resection or hemisection also requires surgical intervention.
Changes in serotonin, serotonin transporter expression and se rotonin denervation supersensitivity: involvement in chronic central pain after spinal hemisection in the rat.
2] of 810 nm diode laser to improve healing and functionality in a T9 dorsal hemisection of the spinal cord in rats [16].
Brown-Sequard syndrome, first reported in 1849, is characterised by hemisection of the cord with disruption of the descending lateral corticospinal tracts resulting in ipsilateral hemiplegia, and damage of the ascending lateral spinothalamic tracts (which cross within one or two levels of the dorsal root entrance) resulting in contralateral loss of pain and temperature.