Jan 1, 1981

Short-term memory and cerebral ischemia: pharmacological application

European Neurology
M Le Poncin-LafitteJ R Rapin

Abstract

Transient ischemia results in changes in the cerebral blood flow at the level of microinfarcts, enzymatic and metabolic changes and the development of a cerebral edema; all these disorders regress in the week following ischemia. Besides, the observed functional disorders disappear as the cerebral edema regresses. The brain functional activity is protected by the use of treatments which reduce the development of the cerebral edema and/or a quicker regression of the edema.

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Ischemia
Cerebral Blood Flow Imaging
Immediate Recall
Avoidance Learning
Cervilane
Brain
Transient Ischemic Attack
Cerebrovascular Circulation
Deoxyglucose

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