Intracranial Pressure Gradients in Experimental Cerebral Infarction

  • James H. HalseyJr.
  • Norman F. Capra
  • Robert M. Clark


This study was undertaken in order to examine for ourselves the question whether intracranial pressure gradients occur in the course of experimental cerebral ischemia, and if they did occur, to determine the time course of their evolution, and to evaluate their possible role in the cerebral hemodynamic abnormalities which have been described by others and confirmed in our own work.

Key words

Experimental cerebral infarction tissue pressure intracranial pressure gradients 


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  • James H. HalseyJr.
  • Norman F. Capra
  • Robert M. Clark

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