Cerebral Hemodynamics and Metabolism Following Brain Trauma. Demonstration of Luxury Perfusion Following Brain-Stem Laceration
Changes in cerebral blood flow and metabolism were correlated with the EEG in 64 experiments in 58 baboons during concussion, contusion or brain-stem laceration.
KeywordsCerebral Blood Flow Cerebral Hemodynamic Cerebral Contusion Lactate Formation Cerebral Oxygen Consumption
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