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Short-term memory and cerebral ischemia: pharmacological application

European Neurology

Jan 1, 1981

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 th...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Brain Edema
Ischemia
Transient Ischemia
Immediate Recall
Pharmacology
Plant Extracts
Avoidance Learning
Metazoa
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Short-term memory and cerebral ischemia: pharmacological application

European Neurology

Jan 1, 1981

M Le Poncin-LafitteJ R Rapin

PMID: 7262126

DOI: 10.1159/000115245

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 th...read more

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Metabolic Process, Cellular
Brain Edema
Ischemia
Transient Ischemia
Immediate Recall
Pharmacology
Plant Extracts
Avoidance Learning
Metazoa
Paper Details
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