hemorrhagic cerebral infarction

Role of Sulfonylurea Receptor in the Development of Stress-induced Hemorrhagic Cerebral Infarction in Newborn Rats

In this article, we develop a model of hemorrhagic infarct of brain in neonatal rats. The results of histological analysis showed that on the next day after exposure to stress sound (120 dB) for 2 hours, there are small focal subcortical hemorrhage, the brain edema, hypoxia and accumulation of blood area of in macro- and microcirculation. Speckle imaging of cerebral circulation revealed hyperperfusion of brain tissue with increase size of the cerebral veins in newborn rats with stress-induced intracranial hemorrhages.