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Brain Edema pp 554-563 | Cite as

Dynamics of Cold Injury Edema

  • Igor Klatzo
  • Henryk Wiśniewski
  • Oskar Steinwall
  • Eugene Streicher

Abstract

Cold injury edema may serve as an experimental model for an edematous process in the brain tissue originating from an increased vascular permeability. Undoubtedly, this type of edema is of a paramount clinical importance as a dreaded complication of head injuries, brain tumors, inflammatory processes, etc.

Keywords

Systolic Blood Pressure Brain Edema Sodium Fluorescein Cold Injury Double Tracer 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Igor Klatzo
  • Henryk Wiśniewski
  • Oskar Steinwall
  • Eugene Streicher

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