Regional Cerebral Blood Volume and Blood-Brain Barrier Disturbance in Cerebral Infarcts in the Lesion Site and Contralateral

  • M. H. Adelmann
  • H. Hacker
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Calculated dynamic computed tomography (CDCT) is a simple, non-invasive method to detect physiological and pathophysiological data in vivo in a very easy way. With this method it becomes possible to calculate regional cerebral blood volume (rCBV), extravascular iodine content (EVIC) and blood brain barrier permeability rate (delta) in normal and pathologic brain regions.2


Normal Brain Tissue Blood Brain Barrier Disruption High Density Region Regional Cerebral Blood Volume Focal Brain Injury 
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  • H. Hacker

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