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Hirndurchblutungsmessung mit radioaktiven Isotopen

  • O. Wilcke
Part of the Handbuch der Neurochirurgie book series (NEUROCHIRURGIE, volume 1 / 2)

Zusammenfassung

Die Verwendung von radioaktiven Isotopen zur Hirndurchblutungsmessung bietet den wesentlichen Vorteil der einfachen, schnellen und sehr genauen Nachweisbarkeit des applizierten Indikators, gegenüber den oft umständlichen, chemisch-analytischen Methoden, und darüberhinaus auch die Möglichkeit, durch entsprechende extrakraniell angesetzte Zähler, den Durchfluß der Radioaktivität durchs Hirn zu registrieren.

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