Cerebral Blood Flow

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Elsevier, Jan 1, 1972 - Medical - 436 pages
Progress in Brain Research is the most acclaimed and accomplished series in neuroscience. The serial is well-established as an extensive documentation of contemporary advances in the field. The volumes contain authoritative reviews and original articles by invited specialists. The rigorous editing of the volumes assures that they will appeal to all laboratory and clinical brain research workers in the various disciplines: neuroanatomy, neurophysiology, neuropharmacology, neuroendocrinology, neuropathology, basic neurology, biological psychiatry and the behavioral sciences.
 

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Contents

Chapter 1 Studies on cerebral circulation by the ultrasonic Doppler technique With special reference to clinical application of the technique
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Chapter 2 Impedance methods for investigation of cerebral circulation
25
Chapter 3 Regional cerebral blood flow in man establishment of normal control values and identification of the abnormalities which occur in stroke ...
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Chapter 4 Measurements in man of focal intracerebral blood flow around depthelectrodes with hydrogen gas
105
Chapter 5 The measurement of local cerebral blood flow and the effect of amines
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Chapter 6 Rapid assessment of cerebral hemodynamics
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Chapter 7 Regional cerebral blood flow in physiologic and pathophysiologic states
191
Chapter 8 On the regulation of cerebral blood flow and metabolic activity in coma Clinical and experimental studies
229
Chapter 11 Relationship of cerebral blood flow and metabolism to neurological symptoms
285
Chapter 12 The effects of prolonged anesthesia on the cerebral blood flow in the rabbit
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Chapter 13 Transit time as an index of the cerebral circulation
365
Chapter 14 Study of the cerebral circulation by means of inert diffusible tracer
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Chapter 15 Clinical aspects of regional cerebral blood flow
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Chapter 16 Concepts of cerebral perfusion pressure and vascular compression during intracranial hypertension
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Author Index
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Subject Index
435

Chapter 9 Spinal cord blood flow
245
Chapter 10 Radiocirculography A profile of cerebral circulation Clinical uses and limitations
263

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Page 38 - CBF (in ml/min) to provide quantitative measurement of the cerebral blood flow by data from the rheoencephalographic method. This will furnish the opportunity to obtain readily and rapidly quantitative information on the volume velocity of the cerebral blood flow by a bloodless and nontraumatic procedure. The marked deviation of the values obtained by us around the regression line and the width of the confidential zone necessitates the accumulation of additional information; the relative part of...

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