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PUBLISHED WORK

January 25, 2025

RESEARCH OUTLOOK: COMPLEX SYSTEMS

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Military Medicine

February 19, 2020

CONTRAST-ENHANCED ULTRASOUND FOR ASSESSMENT OF LOCAL HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES FOLLOWING A RODENT CONTUSION SPINAL CORD INJURY

CEUS imaging showed that traumatic SCI results in an area with significant loss of perfusion, which increased during the first hour after injury, structural alterations of the spinal cord vasculature, and significant slowing of arterial blood flow velocities around the injury epicenter.

Spinal Cord

January 21, 2020

TRANSCUTANEOUS CONTRAST-ENHANCED ULTRASOUND IMAGING OF THE POST-TRAUMATIC SPINAL CORD

"This study aims to test whether the blood flow within the contused spinal cord can be assessed in a rodent model via the acoustic window of the laminectomy utilizing transcutaneous ultrasound. We report that transcutaneous ultrasound allows for measurements and longitudinal monitoring of local hemodynamic changes in a rodent SCI model."

Journal of Neurosurgery

September 2018

CONTRAST-ENHANCED ULTRASOUND TO VISUALIZE HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES AFTER RODENT SPINAL CORD INJURY

Zin Z. Khaing, Lindsay N. Cates, Dane M. DeWees, Alexander Hannah, Pierre Mourad, Matthew Bruce, and Christoph P. Hofstetter

"In our current report, we introduce ultrafast CEUS Doppler for monitoring of spinal vascular structure and function in real time. Development and clinical implementation of this type of imaging could have a significant impact on the care of patients with tSCI."

Journal of Neurotrauma

February 1, 2017

TEMPORAL AND SPATIAL EVOLUTION OF RAISED INTRASPINAL PRESSURE AFTER TRAUMATIC SPINAL CORD INJURY

Zin Z. Khaing, Lindsay N. Cates, Amanda E. Fischedick, Abbi M. McClintic, Pierre D. Mourad, and Christoph P. Hofstetter

"Here, we report on the temporal and spatial patterns of elevated ISP following a moderate rodent contusion SCI.  Our findings suggest that a rat contusion SCI model in combination with novel micro-catheters allows for direct measurement of ISP after SCI. Similarly to traumatic brain injury, raised tissue pressure is likely to have detrimental effects on spontaneous recovery following SCI."

 

MORE PUBLICATIONS

Individual Work, Prior Work, Case Studies, Collaborations, etc.

 

IMAGING METHODS FOR ULTRASOUND CONTRAST AGENTS

March 2020

MA Averkiou, MF Bruce, JE Powers, PS Sheeran, PN Burns

TRANSCUTANEOUS ELECTRICAL SPINAL STIMULATION PROMOTES LONG-TERM RECOVERY OF UPPER EXTREMITY FUNCTION IN CHRONIC TETRAPLEGIA

May 8, 2018

F Inanici, S Samejima, P Gad, VR Edgerton, CP Hofstetter, CT Moritz

BIOMIMETIC HYDROGELS DIRECT SPINAL PROGENITOR CELL DIFFERENTIATION AND PROMOTE FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AFTER SPINAL CORD INJURY

Feb 14, 2018

SA Geissler, AL Sabin, RR Besser, OM Gooden, BD Shirk, QM Nguyen, ZZ Khaing, CE Schmidt

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