Richard W. Stremel

Affiliations: 
University of Louisville, Louisville 
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Medical Biophysics, Animal Physiology Biology, Medicine and Surgery, Rehabilitation and Therapy
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Zonnevijlle ED, Perez-Abadia G, Stremel RW, et al. (2003) Dynamic graciloplasty for urinary incontinence: the potential for sequential closed-loop stimulation. Medical Engineering & Physics. 25: 755-63
Overgoor ML, Carroll SM, Papanicolau G, et al. (2003) Can angiogenesis induced by chronic electrical stimulation enhance latissimus dorsi muscle flap survival for application in cardiomyoplasty? Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 111: 178-88
Zonnevijlle ED, Abadia GP, Somia NN, et al. (2002) A technique for sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation with closed loop feedback control. Journal of Investigative Surgery : the Official Journal of the Academy of Surgical Research. 15: 91-9
Stremel RW, Zonnevijlle EDH. (2001) Re-animation of muscle flaps for improved function in dynamic myoplasty Microsurgery. 21: 281-286
Somia NN, Zonnevijlle ED, Stremel RW, et al. (2001) Multi-channel orbicularis oculi stimulation to restore eye-blink function in facial paralysis. Microsurgery. 21: 264-70
Somia NN, Rash GS, Epstein EE, et al. (2000) A computer analysis of reflex eyelid motion in normal subjects and in facial neuropathy. Clinical Biomechanics (Bristol, Avon). 15: 766-71
Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Abadia GP, et al. (2000) Sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation reduces fatigue and improves perfusion in dynamic graciloplasty. Annals of Plastic Surgery. 45: 292-7
Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Stremel RW, et al. (2000) Sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation: an effective approach to enhance fatigue resistance. Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. 105: 667-73
Zonnevijlle ED, Somia NN, Perez Abadia G, et al. (1999) Three parameters optimizing closed-loop control in sequential segmental neuromuscular stimulation. Artificial Organs. 23: 388-91
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