Evaluation of the rCBF Method of Lassen and Ingvar
The development of a method by Lassen and Ingvar  to measure regional brain blood flow has added a new dimension to the studies of the cerebral circulation. Lassen, Ingvar and their associates , and Glass and Harper  first used the isotope clearance method for measurements over the intact skull in man.
KeywordsCerebral Infarction Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Cerebral Circulation Clearance Curve Intact Skull
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