Massachusetts General Hospital Department of Neurology
Instructor in Neurology, Harvard Medical School
Fax Number: 617-724-8526
Hypoperfusion predicts lesion progression in cerebral X-linked adrenoleukodystrophy.
Bone marrow stromal cells attenuate injury-induced changes in galanin, NPY and NPY Y1-receptor expression after a sciatic nerve constriction.
Signaling cascade of insulin-induced stimulation of L-dopa uptake in renal proximal tubule cells.
Am J Physiol Cell Physiol.
Bone marrow stromal cells induce changes in pain behavior after sciatic nerve constriction.
Presence of alpha-globin mRNA and migration of bone marrow cells after sciatic nerve injury suggests their participation in the degeneration/regeneration process.
Nerve degeneration is prevented by a single intraneural apotransferrin injection into colchicine-injured sciatic nerves in the rat.
Normal anatomy of the developing fetal brain. Ex vivo anatomical-magnetic resonance imaging correlation.
J Neurol Sci.
Selective migration and engraftment of bone marrow mesenchymal stem cells in rat lumbar dorsal root ganglia after sciatic nerve constriction.
Thank you for e-mailing this page.
Thank you for your providing feedback. Your comments will be responded to within an appropriate time frame.
Save & Share this webpage
The MGH Neurology Department placed 4th in
US News Neurology / NeuroSurgery rankings for 2013-14.
Support the Stroke Service
This video simulation of an Emergency stroke evaluation
illustrates the care of patients with acute stroke by the
MGH Acute Stroke team.
Most frequently visited pages
© 2014 Massachusetts General Hospital | 15 Parkman Street Boston, MA. 02114 | (617) 726-8459
Contact Us |
Email the Webmaster