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Sakowitz, O W; Stover, J F; Sarrafzadeh, A S; Unterberg, A W; Kiening, K L (2007). Effects of mannitol bolus administration on intracranial pressure, cerebral extracellular metabolites, and tissue oxygenation in severely head-injured patients. Journal of Trauma - Injury Infection & Critical Care, 62(2):292-298.

Thomale, U W; Griebenow, M; Mautes, A; Beyer, T F; Dohse, N K; Stroop, R; Sakowitz, O W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2007). Heterogeneous regional and temporal energetic impairment following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Neurological Research, 29(6):594-603.

Thomale, U W; Bender, M; Casalis, P; Rupprecht, S; Griebenow, M; Neumann, K; Woiciechowsky, C; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2007). Tacrolimus depresses local immune cell infiltration but fails to reduce cortical contusion volume in brain-injured rats. Immunobiology, 212(7):567-576.

Sakowitz, O W; Schardt, C; Neher, M; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W; Kiening, K L (2006). Granulocyte colony-stimulating factor does not affect contusion size, brain edema or cerebrospinal fluid glutamate concentrations in rats following controlled cortical impact. In: Hoff, J T; et al. Brain Edema XIII. Wien, OE: Springer, 139-143.

Thomale, U W; Griebenow, M; Kroppenstedt, S N; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2006). The effect of N-acetylcysteine on posttraumatic changes after controlled cortical impact in rats. Intensive Care Medicine, 32(1):149-155.

Kiening, K L; Schoening, W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F; Citerio, G; Enblad, P; Nilssons, P (2005). Assessment of the relationship between age and continuous intracranial compliance. In: Poon, W S; Avezaat, C J J; Chan, M T V; Czosnyka, M. Intracranial Pressure and Brain Monitoring XII. Wien: Springer, 293-297.

Thomale, U W; Griebenow, M; Kroppenstedt, S N; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2005). The antioxidant effect of N-acethylcysteine on experimental contusion in rats. In: Poon, W S. Intracranial Pressure and Brain Monitoring XII. Wien: Springer, 429-431.

Thomale, U W; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W (2005). The use of neuronavigation in transnasal transsphenoidal pituitary surgery. Zentralblatt für Neurochirurgie, 66(3):126-132.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Unterberg, A W (2004). Neuronal activity and cortical perfusion determined by quantitative EEG analysis and laser doppler flowmetry are uncoupled in brain injured rats. In: Baethmann, A; et al. Mechanisms of secondary brain damage from trauma and ischemia : recent advances of our understanding. Wien: Springer, 81-85.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Kempski, O S; Flügge, G; Unterberg, A W (2004). Differential effects of prolonged isoflurane anesthesia on plasma, extracellular, and CSF glutamate, neuronal activity, 125I-Mk801 NMDA receptor binding, and brain edema in traumatic brain-injured rats. Acta Neurochirurgica, 146(8):819-830.

Thomale, U W; Griebenow, M; Kroppenstedt, S N; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2004). Small volume resuscitation with HyperHaes improves pericontusional perfusion and reduces lesion volume following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Journal of Neurotrauma, 21(12):1737-1746.

Kiening, K L; Schoening, W N; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W (2003). Continuous monitoring of intracranial compliance after severe head injury: relation to data quality, intracranial pressure and brain tissue PO2. British Journal of Neurosurgery, 17(4):311-318.

Van Landeghem, F K H; Schreiber, S; Unterberg, A W; Von Deimling, A; Stover, J F (2003). Differential concentration-dependent effects of prolonged norepinephrine infusion on intraparenchymal hemorrhage and cortical contusion in brain-injured rats. Journal of Neurotrauma, 20(12):1327-1337.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Beyer, T F; Dohse, N K; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Schaser, K D; Unterberg, A W (2003). Effects of LY379268, a selective group II metabotropic glutamate receptor agonist on EEG activity, cortical perfusion, tissue damage, and cortical glutamate, glucose, and lactate levels in brain-injured rats. Journal of Neurotrauma, 20(4):315-326.

Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Griebenow, M; Sakowitz, O W; Schaser, K D; Mayr, P S; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2003). Effects of early and late intravenous norepinephrine infusion on cerebral perfusion, microcirculation, brain-tissue oxygenation, and edema formation in brain-injured rats. Critical Care Medicine, 31(8):2211-2221.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Schöning, B; Rupprecht, S; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Woiciechowsky, C; Unterberg, A W (2003). Norepinephrine infusion increases interleukin-6 in plasma and cerebrospinal fluid of brain-injured rats. Medical Science Monitor, 9(10):BR382-388.

Kiening, K L; van Landeghem, F K H; Schreiber, S; Thomale, U W; von Deimling, A; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Decreased hemispheric Aquaporin-4 is linked to evolving brain edema following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Neuroscience Letters, 324(2):105-108.

Thomale, U W; Kroppenstedt, S N; Beyer, T F; Schaser, K D; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Temporal profile of cortical perfusion and microcirculation after controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Journal of Neurotrauma, 19(4):403-413.

Thomale, U W; Schaser, K; Kroppenstedt, S N; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Cortical hypoperfusion precedes hyperperfusion following controlled cortical impact injury. In: Acta neurochirurgica Supplement. Springer, 229-231.

Kroppenstedt, S N; Sakowitz, O W; Thomale, U W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Influence of norepinephrine and dopamine on cortical perfusion, EEG activity, extracellular glutamate, and brain edema in rats after controlled cortical impact injury. Journal of Neurotrauma, 19(11):1421-1432.

Sakowitz, O W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Neuronal activity determined by quantitative EEG and cortical microdialysis is increased following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. In: Czosnyka, M. Intracranial pressure and brain biochemical monitoring. Wien: Springer, 221-223.

Kroppenstedt, S N; Sakowitz, O W; Thomale, U W; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2002). Norepinephrine is superior to dopamine in increasing cortical perfusion following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. In: Acta neurochirurgica Supplemen. Springer, 225-227.

Stover, J F; Sakowitz, O W; Thomale, U W; Kroppenstedt, S N; Unterberg, A W (2002). Norepinephrine-induced hyperglycemia does not increase cortical lactate in brain-injured rats. Intensive Care Medicine, 28(10):1491-1497.

Thomale, U W; Schaser, K D; Unterberg, A W; Stover, J F (2001). Visualization of rat pial microcirculation using the novel orthogonal polarized spectral (OPS) imaging after brain injury. Journal of Neuroscience Methods, 108(1):85-90.

Stover, J F; Schöning, B; Sakowitz, O W; Woiciechowsky, C; Unterberg, A W (2001). Effects of tacrolimus on hemispheric water content and cerebrospinal fluid levels of glutamate, hypoxanthine, interleukin-6, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Journal of Neurosurgery, 94(5):782-787.

Sakowitz, O W; Wolfrum, S; Sarrafzadeh, A S; Stover, J F; Dreier, J P; Dendorfer, A; Benndorf, G; Lanksch, W R; Unterberg, A W (2001). Relation of cerebral energy metabolism and extracellular nitrite and nitrate concentrations in patients after aneurysmal subarachnoid hemorrhage. Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism, 21(9):1067-1076.

Stover, J F; Dohse, N K; Unterberg, A W (2000). Bradykinin 2 receptor antagonist LF 16-0687Ms reduces posttraumatic brain edema. In: Mendelow, A D. Brain edema XI. Wien: Springer, 171-175.

Kroppenstedt, S N; Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W (2000). Effects of dopamine on posttraumatic cerebral blood flow, brain edema, and cerebrospinal fluid glutamate and hypoxanthine concentrations. Critical Care Medicine, 28(12):3792-3798.

Stover, J F; Unterberg, A W (2000). Increased cerebrospinal fluid glutamate and taurine concentrations are associated with traumatic brain edema formation in rats. Brain Research, 875(1-2):51-55.

Stover, J F; Kroppenstedt, S N; Thomale, U W; Kempski, O S; Unterberg, A W (2000). Isoflurane doubles plasma glutamate and increases posttraumatic brain edema. In: Mendelow, A D. Brain edema XI. Wien: Springer, 375-378.

Stover, J F; Dohse, N K; Unterberg, A W (2000). Significant reduction in brain swelling by administration of nonpeptide kinin B2 receptor antagonist LF 16-0687Ms after controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Journal of Neurosurgery, 92(5):853-859.

Stover, J F; Schöning, B; Beyer, T F; Woiciechowsky, C; Unterberg, A W (2000). Temporal profile of cerebrospinal fluid glutamate, interleukin-6, and tumor necrosis factor-alpha in relation to brain edema and contusion following controlled cortical impact injury in rats. Neuroscience Letters, 288(1):25-28.

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