The blood flow of the cerebral cortex determined by radioactive krypton
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Changes in carotid flow velocity induced by lowering cerebrospinal fluid pressure in normal pressure hydrocephalus
A method for continuous monitoring of pial vessel diameter changes and its value for dynamic studies of the regulation for cerebral circulation. A preliminary report
Effects of severe arterial hypocapnia on regional blood flow regulation, tissue PO2 and metabolism in the brain cortex of cats
Regional cerebral blood flow and cerebral perfusion pressure in global brain oedema induced by water intoxication
The effect of variation in perfusion pressure on the capillary blood flow (microflow) in the cerebral cortex of the isolated cat's head preparation
Brain structures participating in mental simulation of motor behavior: a neuropsychological interpretation
Some correlations between the clinical outcome and the acid-base status of blood and cerebrospinal fluid in patients with traumatic brain injury
Regional cerebral cortical metabolic rate of oxygen and carbon dioxide, related to the EEG in the anesthetized dog
Local versus regional cerebral blood flow in the rat at high (hypoxia) and low (phenobarbital anesthesia) flow rates
THE EFFECT OF HYPERBARIC OXYGEN ON EXPERIMENTAL CEREBRAL INFARCTION IN THE DOG. WITH PRELIMINARY CORRELATIONS OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW AT 2 ATMOSPHERES OF OXYGEN
Comparative studies of computed tomography and measurements of regional cerebral blood flow in stroke patients
Heat loss and blood flow during hyperthermia in normal canine brain. I: Empirical study and analysis
Regional cerebral blood flow and vertebral angiography at rest and in connection with arm work in patients with the "subclavian steal phenomenon"
Cerebral blood flow and metabolism in patients with chronic liver disease undergoing orthotopic liver transplantation
Hemodynamic responses in cortex investigated with optical imaging methods. Implications for functional brain mapping
The effects of continuous phonation on 133xenon-inhalation air curves (of the kind used in deriving regional cerebral blood flow)
Blood flow and vascular behavior in the cerebral cortex related to strychnine-induced spike activity
Regional cerebral blood flow measurement in the presence of raised intracranial pressure: a comparison between thermal and krypton-85 beta clearance
The effectiveness of local injections of vasodilating agents to produce vasodilation in subcutaneous tissue in rabbits
Wavelength-dependent differences between optically determined functional maps from macaque striate cortex
Regional cerebral blood flow and focal cortical perfusion: a comparative study of 133Xe, 85Kr, and umbelliferone as diffusible indicators
Atraumatic two-dimensional rCBF measurements using stationary detectors and inhalation or intravenous administration of 133-xenon
Normal distribution of regional cerebral blood flow measured by dynamic single-photon emission tomography
Methodological aspects of brain activation studies: cerebral blood flow determined with [15O]butanol and positron emission tomography
Insights from neuroenergetics into the interpretation of functional neuroimaging: an alternative empirical model for studying the brain's support of behavior
CEREBRAL MICROCIRCULATION: A REVIEW EMPHASIZING THE INTERRELATIONSHIP OF LOCAL BLOOD FLOW AND NEURONAL FUNCTION
133Xenon inhalation method: significance of indicator maldistribution for distinguishing brain areas with impaired perfusion. An index for total flow
Measurement of regional cerebral blood flow with 133xenon and a multiple-crystal scintillation camera
Human cerebral blood flow measured by two inert gas techniques. Comparison of the Kety-Schmidt method and the intra-arterial injection method
Measurement of cerebral hemispheric blood flow by intracarotid injection of hydrogen gas. Validation of the method in the monkey
Influence of cerebral vasoconstricting and vasodilating agents on blood flow in regions of focal ischemia
Comparison of 85krypton and 133xenon cerebral blood flow measurements before, during, and following focal, incomplete ischemia in the squirrel monkey
Effects of hyperbaric oxygen on intracranial pressure and cerebral blood flow in experimental cerebral oedema
Autoregulation of cerebral blood flow: influence of the arterial blood pressure on the blood flow through the cerebral cortex
Effect of alterations in the arterial carbon dioxide tension on the blood flow through the cerebral cortex at normal and low arterial blood pressures
Oxygen tension in the cerebral cortex of dogs in haemorrhagic shock and its change after oxygen therapy
Diffusion processes invalidating the intra-arterial krypton-85 beta-particle clearance method for measurement of skin blood flow in man
Regional blood flow measurement in extra-intracranial anastomoses for cerebral ischemia. Methodologic aspects
The inter-relationship between aPco-2 and blood pressure in the regulation of blood flow through the cerebral cortex
Measurement of local contribution within the brain by means of inert, diffusible tracers; examination of the theory, assumptions and possible sources of error
Observations on the clearance rate of beta radiation from krypton-85 dissolved in saline and injected in microliter amounts into the grey and white matter of the brain
Regional cerebral blood flow in man determined by the initial slope of the clearance of intra-arterially injected 133Xe
An appraisal of techniques for studying cerebral circulation in the newborn. Report of a mini-symposium held in September 1982
The measurement of the partition coefficient of krypton between brain cortex and blood by a double isotope method
Blood flow of the cerebral cortex calculated from 85-krypton-beta-clearance recorded over the exposed surface; evidence of inhomogeneity of flow
Measurement of regional cerebral blood flow by intra-carotid injection of xenon 133 in cerebral vascular accidents
Effects of arterial carbon dioxide tension and oxygen saturation on cerebral blood flow autoregulation in dogs
Blood flow and oxygen uptake of the cerebral cortex of the dog during anaesthesia with different volatile agents
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