Pharmakodynamische Effekte hirnstoffwechselsenkender Pharmaka

  • D. Renz
  • K. Filos
  • H. Ch. Müchler
  • N. Freckmann


Cerebrale Perfusionsstörungen, die während extra— und intracraniellen Gefäßoperationen auftreten können, sind normalerweise nicht kompletter, sondern inkompletter Natur.


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  • D. Renz
  • K. Filos
  • H. Ch. Müchler
  • N. Freckmann

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