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  • Susceptibility of epididymal sperm against reactive oxygen species in dogs. [Journal Article]
    Anim Biotechnol 2019; :1-8da Rosa Filho RR, Angrimani DSR, … Lucio CF
  • In order to add information to physiology of sperm maturation and help to underline future antioxidant supplementation treatment to epididymal sperm, the aim of this study was to evaluate susceptibility of caput, corpus and cauda epididymal sperm to different reactive oxygen species (ROS) in dogs. Epididymal sperm was separately collected from each segment (caput, corpus and cauda) and subjected …
  • Meningocele Manqué Discovered During Filum Terminale Resection in Occult Tethered Cord Syndrome. [Journal Article]
    World Neurosurg 2019Durand WM, Anderson M, … Klinge PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Surgeons planning filum terminale release for occult TCS should always be aware of the possibility of associated pathology of tethering that might be overlooked. In retrospect, the detection of MM was enabled by the high resolution CISS MRI sequence. This finding advocates for the use of high-resolution MRIs in patients being evaluated for occult TCS to detect pathology that may otherwise go undetected.
  • StatPearls: Neuroanatomy, Spinal Cord Morphology [BOOK]
    StatPearls Publishing: Treasure Island (FL) Ganapathy Muthu Kuzhali MK Tadi Prasanna P Creighton University- CHI health BOOK
  • The spinal cord is a cylindrical well-organized structure. It begins at the foramen magnum as a continuation of the medulla oblongata at the base of the skull. It located within the vertebral or spinal canal. In men, it extends up to 45 cm and in women up to 43 cm. The spinal cord divides into 31 segments: cervical 8, thoracic 12, lumbar 5, sacral 5, and coccygeal 1. These segments consist of 31 …
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