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Effects of acutely induced hypertension in cats on pial arteriolar caliber, local cerebral blood flow, and the blood-brain barrier

Circulation Research

Jul 1, 1976

Eric T MacKenzieJeremy Farrar

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Acute hypertension was induced in 19 anesthetized cats by the intravenous administration of angiotensin. The caliber of pial arteries was measured by a television image-splitting technique and local cerebral blood flow by the hydrogen clearance technique. As the blood pressure was incre...read more

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Cerebral Arterial Diseases
Vascular Constriction (Function)
Blood Pressure
Structure of Cerebral Artery
Vasospasm
Arterial Pulse Pressure
Angiotensins
Blood - Brain Barrier Anatomy
Extravasation
Brain Tissue
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  • Effects of acutely induced hypertension in cats on pial arteriolar caliber, local cerebral blood flow, and the blood-brain barrier

    Circulation Research

    Jul 1, 1976

    Eric T MacKenzieJeremy Farrar

    PMID: 1277403

    DOI: 10.1161/01.res.39.1.33

    Abstract

    Acute hypertension was induced in 19 anesthetized cats by the intravenous administration of angiotensin. The caliber of pial arteries was measured by a television image-splitting technique and local cerebral blood flow by the hydrogen clearance technique. As the blood pressure was incre...read more

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    Cerebral Arterial Diseases
    Vascular Constriction (Function)
    Blood Pressure
    Structure of Cerebral Artery
    Vasospasm

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