Studies on Cerebral Blood Flow in Man Using Radioactive-Labelled Erythrocytes
Since 20 years we have studied different circulatory problems and used with different substances as P32, K42, Th. B and Chromium51 labelled red cells as indicators. 1–2 cc of the patients own labelled blood has been injected. During the last 5 years we have applied this technique on studies of the cerebral blood flow and labelled the red cells especially with P32.
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