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“I knew what was going to happen if I did nothing and so I was going to do something”: Faith, hope, and trust in the decisions of Canadians with multiple sclerosis to seek unproven interventions abroad
Jeremy Snyder,corresponding author Krystyna Adams, Valorie A Crooks, David Whitehurst, and Jennifer Vallee
By deciding to seek an unproven intervention abroad, these individuals took on responsibility for their ...
Is there a role for mast cells dependent synthesis of Endothelin-1 in
, Louisane Desbiens, Denis Gris-2
Departments of Pharmacoly-1 and of Pediatrics-2
, Faculty of Medicine,
Université de Sherbrooke, Sherbrooke, PQ, Canada
Background: In the central nervous system mast cells are found in proximity of neurons and blood vessels. During inflammation, activated mastocytes releases several proteases among which chymase is ...
Clinical Applications of Venous Treatment
Recent data from the literature suggest a greater role of chronic venous insufficiency in the pathogenesis of a
variety of brain disorders. The goal of this talk is to review the contributions made in 2014 to our enhanced
understanding of the safety and efficacy of the endovascular or open surgical treatment of chronic venous
obstruction in patients with a variety of pathologies including multiple sclerosis, transient global amnesia,
Alzheimer’s disease, ...
Blood storage within the intracranial space and its impact on cerebrospinal fluid dynamics
Clive B Beggs 1
, Simon J Shepherd 1
, Pietro Cecconi 2
and Maria Marcella Lagana 2
1. Medical Biophysics Laboratory, University of Bradford, Bradford, BD7 1DP, UK
2. Fondazione Don Carlo Gnocchi ONLUS, IRCCS S. Maria Nascente. Milan, Italy
Background: The volumetric changes that occur throughout the cardiac cycle (CC) in ...
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