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Quantitative neuroimaging assessment of cerebrovascular responsiveness in individual sports-related concussion patients
Concussion is a complex pathophysiological process affecting the brain, induced by traumatic biomechanical forces. From 2005 to 2010, approximately 7,000 Manitobans aged 14-18 years were diagnosed with a concussion. About ...
Nimodipine therapy for juvenile ferrets with hydrocephalus
Hydrocephalus causes damage to periventricular white matter via compression, stretching, waste material accumulation, and ischemia. Nimodipine has been shown to provide benefits clinically in subarachnoid hemorrhage and ...
The Incidence of Medically Refractory Trigeminal Neuralgia: A 1 0-year Prospective Population Based Study
Trigeminal neuralgia (TN) is regarded as one of the most painful conditions afflicting humans. It is a relatively rare disease with an estimated incidence of 4/1 00,000/year. While TN progresses in severity over time, ...
Envisioning Health: Anishanabee and Dakota Case Studies
Historically, Indigenous communities in Canada have had to rely on a primary healthcare system developed and controlled by the Canadian government. Community action and research has shown the importance and benefit of ...
Avastin, Sutent and Votrient induced cardiotoxicity Study (ASICS): Early detection of Bevacizumab and Sunitinib mediated cardiotoxicity in cancer patients:
Cancer is a significant health concern in Canada, where it is expected that approximately 2 in 5 Canadians will develop cancer during their lifetime. Although current anti-cancer therapies may be effective in leading ...
Person and place in perinatal outcomes: how the interaction between rural residence and Aboriginal heritage alters birth outcomes
The provision of intrapartum health care in rural and remote Canadian communities is declining, due to a shortage of family physicians, obstetricians, nurses and midwives, and due to the centralization of such services to ...