Brain Edema VIII (häftad)
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Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990
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Reulen, Hans-J. (ed.), Baethmann, Alexander (ed.), Fenstermacher, Joseph (ed.), Marmarou, Anthony (ed.), Spatz, Maria (ed.)
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XIII, 417 p.
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Brain Edema VIII (häftad)

Brain Edema VIII

Proceedings of the Eighth International Symposium, Bern, June 17-20, 1990

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25 years have passed since a small group met for the First International Symposia on Brain Edema in Vienna. Subsequent Symposia were held in Mainz, Montreal, Berlin, Groningen, Tokyo and Baltimore. During this time we have witnessed a virtual explosion of the number of publications in this field and our basic and clinical understanding of this disease process has increased tremendously. Our meetings have always been a landmark to take stock of our experience so far and to provide perspectives toward future developments. In addition, it always was a good opportunity to renew old friendship and to make new friends. This volume is a compilation of papers presented at the Eighth International Symposium on Brain Edema held on June 17-20, 1990 in Bern, Switzerland. During this Symposium 158 papers were presented as oral or poster presentations. This considerable number of papers was chosen from more than 230 abstracts that were received. The organizers wish to thank the Advisory Committee for the work done in paper selection and focus on the Symposium. Appreciation is also given to all persons, who have contributed to the success of this meeting, the Chairmen, the participants and last but not least all the staff who worked behind the scene.
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Prof. Dr. Dr. h. c. Klaus Joachim Zulch. In Memoriam.- Pathophysiology I (Cell Volume Regulation, Methods).- Effects of Lactacidosis on Volume and Viability of Glial Cells.- Mechanisms Underlying Glutamate-induced Swelling of Astrocytes in Primary Culture.- The Mechanical Filtration Coefficient (Lp) of the Cell Membrane of Cultured Glioma Cells (C6).- Swelling of Astroglia in vitro and the Effect of Arginine Vasopressin and Atrial Natriuretic Peptide.- Brain Interstitial Composition During Acute Hyponatremia.- Do the Skull and Dura Exert Influence on Brain Volume Regulation Following Hypo- and Hyperosmolar Fluid Treatment?.- In vivo Measurement of Intra- and Extracellular Space of Brain Tissue by Electrical Impedance Method.- Intracellular pH Regulation of Normal Rat Brain: 31P-MRS Study.- Measurement of Canine Cerebral Oedema Using Time Domain Reflectometry.- A New Mapping Study of Superoxide Free Radicals, Vascular Permeability and Energy Metabolism in Central Nervous System.- Measurement of Brain Tissue Density Using Pycnometry.- Pathophysiology II (Methods, Mediators).- Experimental Studies for Use of Magnetic Resonance in Brain Water Measurements.- MR Studies of Brain Oedema in the Developing Animal.- Passage of DMP Across a Disrupted BBB in the Context of Antibody-mediated MR Imaging of Brain Metastases.- Continuous Monitoring of Blood-Brain Barrier Opening to Cr51-EDTA by Microdialysis Following Probe Injury.- Effects of Antineutrophil Serum (ANS) on Posttraumatic Brain Oedema in Rats.- The Effect of Immunosuppression with Whole Body and Regional Irradiation on the Development of Cerebral Oedema in a Rat Model of Intracerebral Haemorrhage.- Effect of Stimulation of Leukocyte Chemotaxis by fMLP on White Blood Cell Behaviour in the Microcirculation of Rat Brain.- Leukotriene Production by Human Glia.- The Role of Arachidonic Acid and Oxygen Radicals on Cerebromicrovascular Endothelial Permeability.- Possible Mechanism of Vasogenic Brain Oedema Induced by Arachidonic Acid.- Effects of the Arachidonate Lipoxygenase Inhibitor BW755C on Traumatic and Peritumoural Brain Oedema.- The Contribution of Secondary Mediators to the Etiology and Pathophysiology of Brain Oedema: Studies Using a Feline Infusion Oedema Model.- Comparative Effects of Direct and Indirect Hydroxyl Radical Scavengers on Traumatic Brain Oedema.- Pathophysiology III (Formation, Resolution).- The Effects of Cerebral Haemodynamics on the Progression of Cold-Induced Oedema.- Cryogenic Brain Oedema: Loss of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation as a Cause of Intracranial Hypertension. Implications for Treatment.- An Electron Microscopic and Electron Probe Study of the Microcirculation in Cold-Induced Oedema.- Accumulation of Oedema Fluid in Deep White Matter After Cerebral Cold Injury.- A Microstructural Study of Oedema Resolution.- Routed Protein Migration After Protein Extravasation and Water Leakage Caused by Cold Injury.- Immunocytochemical Studies of Oedema Protein Clearance in the Rat.- Pathophysiology IV (Treatment).- Effects of Anaesthetic Agents on Cerebral Blood Flow and Brain Oedema from a Focal Lesion in Rabbit Brain.- Dose- and Time-dependent Effects of Dexamethasone on Rat Brain Following Cold-injury Oedema.- The Effect of Various Steroid Treatment Regimens on Cold-induced Brain Swelling.- Steroid and Hyperosmotic Diuretic Effects on the Early Phase of Experimental Vasogenic Oedema.- The Ambivalent Effects of Early and Late Administration of Mannitol in Cold-induced Brain Oedema.- Magnetic Resonance Study of Brain Oedema Induced by Cold Injury - Changes in Relaxation Times Before and After the Administration of Glycerol.- Transient Effect of Mannitol on Cerebral Blood Flow Following Brain Injury.- Effects of Atrial Natriuretic Peptide on Brain Oedema: The Change of Water, Sodium, and Potassium Contents in the Brain.- Tumour and Brain Oedema (I).- In vivo Measurement of Brain Water by MRI.- 1H-NMR Studies on Water Structures in the Rat Brain Tissues with Cer