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The Omentum : Research and Clinical Applications

Author: Harry S Goldsmith
Publisher: New York, NY : Springer New York, 1990.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The Omentum explores and assesses the comparatively new approach of using omental attachment in the treatment of a variety of neurologic diseases. Topics discussed include historical images and ideas connected with the greater omentum; angiogenesis and the greater omentum; implications for central nervous system injury of vasoactive chemicals in the omentum; effects of omental-derived lipid fractions on osseous  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Harry S Goldsmith
ISBN: 9781461234364 1461234360
OCLC Number: 852792267
Description: 1 online resource (x, 252 pages 124 illustrations)
Contents: Arthur M. Vineberg MD 1903-1988: A pioneer in the use of the omentum --
Historical images and ideas about the greater omentum --
Anatomy of the greater and lesser omentum in the mouse with some physiological implications --
Angiogenesis and the greater omentum --
Can transected spinal cord axons be bribed into regeneration? --
Vasoactive neurochemicals in the omentum: Implications for CNS injury --
Experimental studies of omentum-derived neurotrophic factors --
Time and dose-dependent profile of omental angiogenic lipid factor on bone repair --
An rCBF follow-up study in stroke patients after omentum transposition to the brain --
Omental transposition to bypass the blood brain barrier for delivery of chemotherapeutic agents to malignant brain tumours: preclinical investigation --
The omentum: Present status and future application --
Omental transposition to the brain: Experimental and human applications --
Cerebral revascularization by omental graft for moyamoya disease --
Omental transposition for treating the sequelae of viral encephalitis: A surgical and follow-up study of 32 cases --
Experimental and clinical use of omental transposition for spinal cord pathology --
Omental transplantation for Buerger's disease --
Lumbo-omental shunt for treatment of communicating hydrocephalus --
The anaesthetic management of patients undergoing omental transposition to the central nervous system --
Summation: Ideas presented and lessons learned. The omentum: A physiological generating system of basic physiology. The need for its application to myocardial vascularization and other clinical problems --
Perspectives in scientific research: A speech to participants at the 1st International Conference on the Omentum.
Responsibility: edited by Harry S. Goldsmith.

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