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Correlations Between Cerebral Blood Circulation and the Composition of Cerebrospinal Fluid

  • L. Molnar
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Abstract

Current techniques allow precise evaluation of some aspects of cerebral circulation; however, they are incomplete because they provide information on only a few aspects of the circulatory process.

Keywords

Cerebrospinal Fluid Cerebral Blood Flow Cerebral Metabolism Pyruvate Lactate Brospinal Fluid 
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