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Brain Edema XIII
Knowledge of the biomechanical properties of postischemic brain tissue is important for understanding the mechanisms of postischemic secondary brain tissue injury. We describe the method and results of biomechanical property measurement in ex vivo postischemic brain tissue by applying an indentation method. Mongolian gerbils were subjected to a transient unilateral hemispheric ischemia. At day 1 after ischemia, multi-parametric MRI was performed, the brain was removed under anesthesia, sliced,doi:10.1007/3-211-30714-1_54 fatcat:oins7pw2yne3nomjjn6dnsvazq