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Pain Medicine  |   November 1990
Ganglionic Blockade Improves Neurologic Outcome from Incomplete Ischemia in Rats: Partial Reversal by Exogenous Catecholamines
Author Affiliations & Notes
  • Christian Werner, M.D.
    *
  • William E. Hoffman, Ph.D.
  • Chinamma Thomas, M.D.
  • David J. Miletich, Ph.D.
    §
  • Ronald F. Albrecht, M.D.
  • *Research Fellow, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center; Department of Anesthesiology, University Hospital Eppendorf.
  • †Research Associate, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center; Research Associate Professor, University of Illinois College of Medicine.
  • ‡Director of Neuropathology, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center; Director of Neuropathology, Department of Pathology.
  • §Research Associate, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center; Research Associate Professor, University of Illinois College of Medicine.
  • ¶Professor and Head, University of Illinois College of Medicine; Chief, Department of Anesthesiology, Michael Reese Hospital and Medical Center.
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Pain Medicine
Pain Medicine   |   November 1990
Ganglionic Blockade Improves Neurologic Outcome from Incomplete Ischemia in Rats: Partial Reversal by Exogenous Catecholamines
Anesthesiology 11 1990, Vol.73, 923-929. doi:
Anesthesiology 11 1990, Vol.73, 923-929. doi:
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