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injury time definition: [1] Sport: Nachspielzeit
 
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Painful human distal limb neuromas were obtained during surgery (n = 12; 9 males and 3 females; age range 26–63 years; injury duration from 9 days to 12 years) – the mean pain scores on a visual analogue scale (VAS) were all > 4 out of 10 at the time of surgery, and patients reported this or a higher level of pain usually continuously since the time of injury.

Pascal F Durrenberger et al.

BMC Neurology 6 (7), 04 Jan 2006

A time course analysis of injury duration (time elapsed between the injury and the removal of the neuroma) demonstrated an immediate increase in CD68-IR, which remained above control levels during the entirety of the time course (Figure 7 ).

Pascal F Durrenberger et al.

BMC Neurology 6 (7), 04 Jan 2006

In a spinal cord injury data set, Isomap discovers the three main modalities of the experiment – location and severity of the injury and the time elapsed after the injury.

Kevin Dawson et al.

BMC Bioinformatics 6 (7), 02 Aug 2005

Compared to earlier microarray studies on experimental spinal cord damage, this study applied a lower level spinal cord injury, used individual rat samples rather than pooled spinal cord tissues, evaluated several time points, employed larger Affymetrix arrays, and used both sham-injured and naïve controls.

Kevin Dawson et al.

BMC Bioinformatics 6 (7), 02 Aug 2005

While three rats were able to partially recover from a mild injury after 28 days, the other three animals with moderate spinal cord injury did not recover by this time.

Kevin Dawson et al.

BMC Bioinformatics 6 (7), 02 Aug 2005

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Prostanoid receptor EP1 and Cox-2 in injured human nerves and a rat model of nerve injury: a time-course study

Pascal F Durrenberger et al.

BMC Neurology , 04 Jan 2006

Another piece in the puzzle: ... ischemia–reperfusion injury is complex and involves many cell types and mechanisms of action. Van Putte and coworkers have attempted to provide insight into and describe some of the complex components of this process. Their study describes two new components of the multifaceted process of reperfusion injury. The time-dependent course of ...

Thomas S Maxey et al.

Critical Care , 2005

Missed injuries in the acutely traumatised hand.: ... of missed injuries. An injury was 'missed' if a patient was receiving inappropriate treatment or returned due to persistent symptoms despite being examined, treated and discharged. There were 16 (3.2%) missed injuries. Seven involved tendon only, four were isolated nerve injuries and four were mixed tendon and nerve injuries. The remaining case was a ruptured ulnar collateral ligament of the thumb metacarpophalangeal joint. Thirteen injuries were open, with a glass laceration being the most common mechanism of injury. The time to detection of a ...

C. M. Morrison et al.

The Ulster Medical Journal , 01 May 2003

Sample phenotype clusters in high-density oligonucleotide microarray data sets are revealed using Isomap, a nonlinear algorithm: ... In a spinal cord injury data set, Isomap discovers the three main modalities of the experiment – location and severity of the injury and the time elapsed after the ...

Kevin Dawson et al.

BMC Bioinformatics , 02 Aug 2005

Human bite injuries in the oro-facial region at the Muhimbili National Hospital, Tanzania: ... site, duration of the injury at the time of reporting to ...

Farrid M Shubi et al.

BMC Oral Health , 30 Apr 2008

Improved outcomes from the administration of progesterone for patients with acute severe traumatic brain injury: a randomized controlled trial: ... Severe traumatic brain injury (TBI) has been increasing with greater incidence of injuries from traffic or sporting accidents. Although there are a number of animal models of TBI using progesterone for head injury, the effects of progesterone on neurologic outcome of acute TBI patients remain unclear. The aim of the present clinical study was to assess the longer-term efficacy of progesterone on the improvement in neurologic outcome of patients with acute severe TBI. Methods A total of 159 patients who arrived within 8 hours of injury with a Glasgow Coma Score ≤ 8 were enrolled in the study. A prospective, randomized, placebo-controlled trial of progesterone was conducted in the Neurotrauma Center of our teaching hospital. The patients were randomized to receive either progesterone or placebo. The primary endpoint was the Glasgow Outcome Scale score 3 months after brain injury. Secondary efficacy endpoints included the modified Functional Independence Measure score and mortality. In a follow-up protocol at 6 months, the Glasgow Outcome Scale and the modified Functional Independence Measure scores were again determined. Results Of the 159 patients randomized, 82 received progesterone and 77 received placebo. The demographic characteristics, the mechanism of injury, and the time of treatment were ...

Guomin Xiao et al.

Critical Care , 2008