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Endoscopic technique: a new model of subarachnoid hemorrhage in rats

Neurological Research

Sep 8, 2001

R ErgünM Dujovny

Abstract

It has become increasingly evident that the pathophysiology of cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) which described the ischemic consequences of cerebral arterial constriction is complex and multifactorial. In an attempt to study cerebral vasospasm, numerous invest...read more

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Whole Blood Volume Determination, Including Separate Measurement of Plasma Volume and Red Cell Volume (Radiopharmaceutical Volume-dilution Technique)
Intracranial Pressure
Arterial System
Cerebral Hemisphere Structure (Body Structure)
Constriction (Cell Component)
Rats, Holtzman
Cerebral Vasospasm
Surgical Endoscopy
Physiopathological
Arteries
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Endoscopic technique: a new model of subarachnoid hemorrhage in rats

Neurological Research

Sep 8, 2001

R ErgünM Dujovny

PMID: 11547932

DOI: 10.1179/016164101101198910

Abstract

It has become increasingly evident that the pathophysiology of cerebral vasospasm following subarachnoid hemorrhage (SAH) which described the ischemic consequences of cerebral arterial constriction is complex and multifactorial. In an attempt to study cerebral vasospasm, numerous invest...read more

Mentioned in this Paper

Whole Blood Volume Determination, Including Separate Measurement of Plasma Volume and Red Cell Volume (Radiopharmaceutical Volume-dilution Technique)
Intracranial Pressure
Arterial System
Cerebral Hemisphere Structure (Body Structure)
Constriction (Cell Component)
Rats, Holtzman
Cerebral Vasospasm
Surgical Endoscopy
Physiopathological
Arteries

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