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A blueprint for future blood-nerve barrier and peripheral nerve disease research
Ubogu’s study started from normal frozen human sural nerves preserved in the Shin J. Oh Muscle and Nerve Histopathology Laboratory at UAB. The sural nerve, found in the outer calf region of the leg, is commonly biopsied as part of certain peripheral ... read more
Will I Ever Be the Same Again? Transforming the Face of ECT (Shock Therapy)
At the end of her book she provides an appendix ... Electrical Nerve Stimulation) has been successfully used to treat chronic pain and is now being developed for epilepsy, Parkinson’s disease and other disorders of the nervous system. read more
The Roots of Autism Are in the…Skin?
“This C-tactile system is not there to sense the physical world, it’s there to feel the physical world,” McGlone says. “It’s coding something very important, particularly during early development.” Nerve fibers in hairy skin (left) and smooth ... read more
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Can skin biopsy be used to evaluate demyelinating neuropathies?
Correspondence Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Neurology, Pathology 509, 600 N Wolfe Street, Baltimore, MD 21287, USA Morphological and molecular abnormalities in skin biopsy tissue, consistency with sural nerve biopsy findings, and ... read more