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    1. Lennarson, PJ; Smith, DW; Swain, OD; Todd, MM; Sato, Y; Traynelis, VC
      Cervical spinal motion during intubation: efficacy of stabilization maneuvers in the setting of complete segmental instability

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    2. Todd, MM
      Clinical research manuscripts in Anesthesiology

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    3. Raja, SN; Todd, MM
      Classic papers revisited

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    4. Todd, MM; Traynelis, VC
      Experimental cervical spine injury and airway management methods

      ANESTHESIA AND ANALGESIA
    5. Tomiyama, Y; Brian, JE; Todd, MM
      Plasma viscosity and cerebral blood flow

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    6. Lennarson, PJ; Smith, D; Todd, MM; Carras, D; Sawin, PD; Brayton, J; Sato, Y; Traynelis, VC
      Segmental cervical spine motion during orotracheal intubation of the intact and injured spine with and without external stabilization

      JOURNAL OF NEUROSURGERY
    7. Todd, MM; Rallis, TM; Gerwels, JW; Hata, TR
      A comparison of 3 lasers and liquid nitrogen in the treatment of solar lentigines - A randomized, controlled, comparative trial

      ARCHIVES OF DERMATOLOGY
    8. Todd, MM
      The position of aspect - Reply

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    9. Ghoneim, MM; Block, RI; Dhanaraj, VJ; Todd, MM; Choi, WW; Brown, CK
      Auditory evoked responses and learning and awareness during general anesthesia

      ACTA ANAESTHESIOLOGICA SCANDINAVICA
    10. Tomiyama, Y; Jansen, K; Brian, JE; Todd, MM
      Hemodilution, cerebral O-2 delivery, and cerebral blood flow: a study using hyperbaric oxygenation

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF PHYSIOLOGY-HEART AND CIRCULATORY PHYSIOLOGY
    11. Hindman, BJ; Todd, MM; Gelb, AW; Loftus, CM; Craen, RA; Schubert, A; Mahla, ME; Torner, JC
      Mild hypothermia as a protective therapy during intracranial aneurysm surgery: A randomized prospective pilot trial

      NEUROSURGERY
    12. Tomiyama, Y; Brian, JE; Todd, MM
      Cerebral blood flow during hemodilution and hypoxia in rats - Role of ATP-sensitive potassium channels

      STROKE
    13. Kim, DC; Todd, MM
      Forebrain ischemia: effect on pharmacologically induced seizure thresholdsin the rat

      BRAIN RESEARCH
    14. Todd, MM; Brown, DL
      Regional anesthesia and postoperative pain management - Long-term benefitsfrom a short-term intervention

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    15. Todd, MM
      Succinylcholine hyperkalemia after burns - In Reply

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    16. Todd, MM
      Plagiarism and authorship - In Reply

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    17. Todd, MM
      The media and the BIS monitor - In reply

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    18. Hindman, BJ; Todd, MM
      Improving neurologic outcome after cardiac surgery

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    19. TOMIYAMA Y; JANSEN K; BRIAN JE; TODD MM
      HYPERBARIC O-2 HEMODILUTION AND CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW

      The FASEB journal
    20. TODD MM; WEEKS JB; BRIAN JE
      BRAIN-TISSUE PO2 DURING HYPOXIA OR HEMODILUTION

      The FASEB journal
    21. TODD MM
      EEGS, EEG PROCESSING AND THE BISPECTRAL INDEX

      Anesthesiology
    22. EISENACH JC; TODD MM
      THE INTERNET - WHERE DO WE WANT TO GO TOMORROW

      Anesthesiology
    23. GHONEIM MM; BLOCK RI; DHANARAJ VJ; TODD MM; CHOI WW
      THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES AND IMPLICIT MEMORY DURING GENERAL-ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    24. TODD MM
      SOME ANNOUNCEMENTS FOR THE NEW-YEAR

      Anesthesiology
    25. TODD MM
      A NEW MASTHEAD

      Anesthesiology
    26. Todd, MM
      Plagiarism

      ANESTHESIOLOGY
    27. TODD MM; FARRELL S; WU B
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING HYPOXEMIA AND HEMODILUTION IN RABBITS - DIFFERENT ROLES FOR NITRIC-OXIDE

      Journal of cerebral blood flow and metabolism
    28. TODD MM
      ANESTHESIOLOGY

      JAMA, the journal of the American Medical Association
    29. TODD MM; SAIDMAN LJ
      ACADEMIC-INDUSTRIAL RELATIONSHIPS - THE GOOD THE BAD, AND THE UGLY

      Anesthesiology
    30. GUY J; HINDMAN BJ; BAKER KZ; BOREL CO; MAKTABI M; OSTAPKOVICH N; KIRCHNER J; TODD MM; FOGARTYMACK P; YANCY V; SOKOLL MD; MCALLISTER A; ROLAND C; YOUNG WL; WARNER DS
      COMPARISON OF REMIFENTANIL AND FENTANYL IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING CRANIOTOMY FOR SUPRATENTORIAL SPACE-OCCUPYING LESIONS

      Anesthesiology
    31. TODD MM
      IN THE YEARS TO COME

      Anesthesiology
    32. TODD MM; WEEKS J
      COMPARATIVE EFFECTS OF PROPOFOL, PENTOBARBITAL, AND ISOFLURANE ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND BLOOD-VOLUME

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    33. NAKASHIMA K; TODD MM
      EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA ON THE RATE OF EXCITATORY AMINO-ACID RELEASE AFTER ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION

      Stroke
    34. REASONER DK; DEXTER F; HINDMAN BJ; SUBIETA A; TODD MM
      SOMATOSENSORY-EVOKED POTENTIALS CORRELATE WITH NEUROLOGICAL OUTCOME IN RABBITS UNDERGOING CEREBRAL AIR-EMBOLISM

      Stroke
    35. DRUMMOND JC; TODD MM; SAIDMAN LJ
      USE OF NEUROMUSCULAR BLOCKING-DRUGS IN SCIENTIFIC INVESTIGATIONS INVOLVING ANIMAL SUBJECTS - THE BENEFIT OF THE DOUBT GOES TO THE ANIMAL

      Anesthesiology
    36. TODD MM; CARRAS D; HINDMAN B; LOFTUS C; GELB A; CRAEN R; SCHUBERT A; EBRAHIM Z; MAHLA M; WARNER D
      A RANDOMIZED PROSPECTIVE PILOT TRIAL OF MILD HYPOTHERMIA DURING INTRACRANIAL ANEURYSM SURGERY

      Anesthesiology
    37. GHONEIM MM; DHANARAJ VJ; BLOCK RI; TODD MM
      THE AUDITORY-EVOKED RESPONSES AND AWARENESS DURING ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    38. SAWIN PD; TODD MM; TRAYNELIS VC; FARRELL SB; NADER A; SATO Y; CLAUSEN JD; GOEL VK
      CERVICAL-SPINE MOTION WITH DIRECT LARYNGOSCOPY AND OROTRACHEAL INTUBATION - AN IN-VIVO CINEFLUOROSCOPIC STUDY OF SUBJECTS WITHOUT CERVICAL ABNORMALITY

      Anesthesiology
    39. BRIAN JE; TODD MM
      EXACERBATION OR UNMASKING OF FOCAL NEUROLOGIC DEFICITS BY SEDATIVES

      Anesthesiology
    40. NAKASHIMA K; TODD MM
      EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA, PENTOBARBITAL, AND ISOFLURANE ON POSTDEPOLARIZATION AMINO-ACID RELEASE DURING COMPLETE GLOBAL CEREBRAL-ISCHEMIA

      Anesthesiology
    41. WARNER DS; HINDMAN BJ; TODD MM; SAWIN PD; KIRCHNER J; ROLAND CL; JAMERSON BD
      INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE AND HEMODYNAMIC-EFFECTS OF REMIFENTANIL VERSUS ALFENTANIL IN PATIENTS UNDERGOING SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    42. JENSEN N; TODD MM; BLOCK RI; HEGTVEDT RL; MCCULLOCH TM
      THE EFFICACY OF ROUTINE CENTRAL VENOUS MONITORING IN MAJOR HEAD-AND-NECK-SURGERY - A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW (VOL 7, PG 119, 1995)

      Journal of clinical anesthesia
    43. JENSEN NF; TODD MM; BLOCK RI; HEGTVEDT RL; MCCULLOCH TM
      THE EFFICACY OF ROUTINE CENTRAL VENOUS MONITORING IN MAJOR HEAD AND NECK-SURGERY - A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW

      Journal of clinical anesthesia
    44. REASONER DK; WARNER DS; TODD MM; HUNT SW; KIRCHNER J
      A COMPARISON OF ANESTHETIC TECHNIQUES FOR AWAKE INTUBATION IN NEUROSURGICAL PATIENTS

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    45. WARNER DS; TODD MM; DEXTER F; LUDWIG P; MCALLISTER AM
      TEMPORAL THRESHOLDS FOR HYPERGLYCEMIA-AUGMENTED ISCHEMIC BRAIN-DAMAGEIN RATS

      Stroke
    46. MAKTABI MA; TODD MM; STACHOVIC G
      ANGIOTENSIN-II CONTRIBUTES TO CEREBRAL VASODILATATION DURING HYPOXIA IN THE RABBIT

      Stroke
    47. MCFARLANE C; HONG SY; DEXTER F; TODD MM
      PROLONGED PROPOFOL INFUSION DOES NOT LOWER THE NMDA INDUCED SEIZURE THRESHOLD IN THE RAT

      Anesthesiology
    48. NAKASHIMA K; TODD MM; WARNER DS
      THE RELATION BETWEEN CEREBRAL METABOLIC-RATE AND ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION - A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA, PENTOBARBITAL, AND ISOFLURANE

      Anesthesiology
    49. VERHAEGEN M; IAIZZO PA; TODD MM
      A COMPARISON OF THE EFFECTS OF HYPOTHERMIA, PENTOBARBITAL, AND ISOFLURANE ON CEREBRAL ENERGY STORES AT THE TIME OF ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION

      Anesthesiology
    50. TODD MM; WU B; WARNER DS
      THE HEMISPHERIC CEREBROVASCULAR RESPONSE TO HEMODILUTION IS ATTENUATED BY A FOCAL CRYOGENIC BRAIN INJURY

      Journal of neurotrauma
    51. TODD MM; WU B; MAKTABI M; HINDMAN BJ; WARNER DS
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND OXYGEN DELIVERY DURING HYPOXEMIA AND HEMODILUTION - ROLE OF ARTERIAL OXYGEN-CONTENT

      American journal of physiology. Heart and circulatory physiology
    52. MARTIN H; WARNER DS; TODD MM
      EFFECTS OF GLYCINE RECEPTOR ANTAGONISM ON SPREADING DEPRESSION IN THERAT

      Neuroscience letters
    53. HANSEN TD; WARNER DS; TRAYNELIS VC; TODD MM
      PLASMA OSMOLALITY AND BRAIN WATER-CONTENT IN A RAT GLIOMA MODEL

      Neurosurgery
    54. WARNER DS; WU HJ; TODD MM
      THE GLYCINE RECEPTOR ANTAGONIST ACEA-1031 REDUCES FOCAL BUT NOT GLOBAL ISCHEMIC BRAIN-DAMAGE IN THE RAT

      Stroke
    55. VERHAEGEN M; TODD MM; WARNER DS
      ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION DURING HALOTHANE-NITROUS OXIDE AND ISOFLURANE-NITROUS OXIDE ANESTHESIA - AN EXAMINATION OF CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW THRESHOLDS AND TIMES TO DEPOLARIZATION

      Anesthesiology
    56. REASONER DK; TODD MM; SCAMMAN FL; WARNER DS
      THE INCIDENCE OF PNEUMOCEPHALUS AFTER SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY - OBSERVATIONS ON THE DISAPPEARANCE OF INTRACRANIAL AIR

      Anesthesiology
    57. TODD MM; WU B; WARNER DS; MAKTABI M
      THE DOSE-RELATED EFFECTS OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING ISOFLURANE AND PENTOBARBITAL-ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    58. MCFARLANE C; WARNER DS; DEXTER F; TODD MM
      GLUTAMATERGIC ANTAGONISM - EFFECTS ON LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    59. MCFARLANE C; WARNER DS; DEXTER F; REVEIZ A; TODD MM
      GLUTAMATERGIC ANTAGONISM - EFFECTS ON LIDOCAINE-INDUCED SEIZURES IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    60. MCFARLANE C; WARNER DS; LUDWIG P; TODD MM
      MAC FOR HALOTHANE IN THE RAT IS RESISTANT TO EFFECTS OF FOREBRAIN ISCHEMIA AND REPERFUSION

      Anesthesia and analgesia
    61. HANSEN TD; WARNER DS; TRAYNELIS VC; ROACH RM; TODD MM
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN A RAT GLIOMA MODEL DURING HALOTHANE ANESTHESIA

      Journal of neurosurgical anesthesiology
    62. TODD MM
      ARE THE DATA MISSING - REPLY

      Anesthesiology
    63. WARNER DS; MCFARLANE C; TODD MM; LUDWIG P; MCALLISTER AM
      SEVOFLURANE AND HALOTHANE REDUCE FOCAL ISCHEMIC BRAIN-DAMAGE IN THE RAT - POSSIBLE INFLUENCE ON THERMOREGULATION

      Anesthesiology
    64. TODD MM; WARNER DS; SOKOLL MD; HINDMAN B; MAKTABI M; SCAMMAN FL; KIRCHNER J
      NEGATIVE INFERENCES ABOUT RARE EVENTS REQUIRE LARGE SAMPLES - REPLY

      Anesthesiology
    65. VERHAEGEN M; TODD MM; WARNER DS
      CBF X TIME THRESHOLDS FOR CEREBRAL ISCHEMIC DEPOLARIZATION DURING HALOTHANE AND ISOFLURANE ANESTHESIA IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    66. TODD MM; WU B; WARNER DS; MAKTABI MA
      THE DOSE-RELATED EFFECTS OF NITRIC-OXIDE SYNTHASE INHIBITION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING ISOFLURANE AND PENTOBARBITAL-ANESTHESIA

      Anesthesiology
    67. TODD MM; WU B; MAKTABI M; WARNER D
      CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW DURING HEMODILUTION AND HYPOXIA - MECHANISTIC OBSERVATIONS

      Anesthesiology
    68. TODD MM; WEEKS JB; WARNER DS
      A FOCAL CRYOGENIC BRAIN LESION DOES NOT REDUCE THE MINIMUM ALVEOLAR CONCENTRATION FOR HALOTHANE IN RATS

      Anesthesiology
    69. TODD MM
      EFFECTS OF REMIFENTANIL, A NEW SHORT-ACTING OPIOID, ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW, BRAIN ELECTRICAL-ACTIVITY, AND INTRACRANIAL-PRESSURE IN DOGS ANESTHETIZED WITH ISOFLURANE AND NITROUS-OXIDE

      Anesthesiology
    70. TODD MM; WARNER DS; SOKOLL MD; MAKTABI MA; HINDMAN BJ; SCAMMAN FL; KIRSCHNER J
      A PROSPECTIVE, COMPARATIVE TRIAL OF 3 ANESTHETICS FOR ELECTIVE SUPRATENTORIAL CRANIOTOMY - PROPOFOL FENTANYL, ISOFLURANE NITROUS-OXIDE, ANDFENTANYL NITROUS-OXIDE

      Anesthesiology
    71. TODD MM; WEEKS JB; WARNER DS
      THE INFLUENCE OF INTRAVASCULAR VOLUME EXPANSION ON CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW AND BLOOD-VOLUME IN NORMAL RATS

      Anesthesiology
    72. JENSEN NF; TODD MM; KRAMER DJ; LEONARD PA; WARNER DS
      A COMPARISON OF THE VASODILATING EFFECTS OF HALOTHANE AND ISOFLURANE ON THE ISOLATED RABBIT BASILAR ARTERY WITH AND WITHOUT INTACT ENDOTHELIUM

      Anesthesiology
    73. SPIEGEL DA; DEXTER F; WARNER DS; BAKER MT; TODD MM
      CENTRAL-NERVOUS-SYSTEM TOXICITY OF LOCAL-ANESTHETIC MIXTURES IN THE RAT

      Anesthesia and analgesia


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