MCAO

AcronymDefinition
MCAOMulti-Conjugate Adaptive Optics
MCAOMechanical Contractors Association of Ontario (Canada)
MCAOMiddle Cerebral Arterial Occlusion
MCAOMount Cuba Astronomical Observatory (Greenville, DE)
MCAOMedial Cerebral Artery Occlusion
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The traditional middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) always results in sensory loss of the contralateral face and arm, contralateral neglect syndrome, aphasia, paralysis or weakness of the contralateral face and arm, etc.
"The [ACLU] reached out to media outlets before serving MCAO with any lawsuit.
In the 1st group (n=5), sham-operated surgery was done without MCAO. For the 2nd group (n=5), saline as vehicle was given by oral gavage daily for 14 days.
After DM induction, middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) models were established once blood glucose levels remained stable for 7-14 days.
T2-weighted ([T.sub.2]W) MRI scans were performed at days 1 (to measure the size of the infarction; n = 6), 3, 7, 14, 21, and 28 after MCAO (to coregister PET signal data; n = 1 per time point).
In the present study, the rats subjected to MCAO without any detectable neurological deficits were excluded from the following investigations and analyses to exclude operative failures.
The high-fat diet was preceded for 4 weeks before the MCAO surgery.
The present study was conducted to investigate whether administration of exogenous RA after distal middle cerebral artery occlusion (MCAO) can regulate the mRNA and protein of levels GAP-43, thereby promoting functional recovery of the brain.
Ouyang et al., "Characteristic changes of astrocyte and microglia in rat striatum induced by 3-NP and MCAO," Neurochemical Research, vol.
Furthermore, we also wondered whether the improvement of the disease state correlated with the changes of the parameter values after MCAO. Therefore, we designed an EDA-treated group.