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Methods for Manipulation of Regional Brain Perfusion, Intracranial Artery Diameter, and Cerebral Blood Volume

  • L. Friberg
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Abstract

A number of basically different methods are used to study the human cerebral circulation. No single method can reveal a complete picture of all the intracranial vascular changes and mechanisms which can be induced by physiological or pharmacological stimulation. In that sense each set of findings is linked to the method used.

Keywords

Single Photon Emission Computerize Tomography Cerebral Blood Volume Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Cereb Blood Flow Scalp Cool 
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