Piotr Smieleweski

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The Monro-Kellie doctrine describes the principle of homeostatic intracerebral volume regulation, which stipulates that the total volume of the parenchyma, cerebrospinal fluid, and blood remains constant. Hypothetically, a slow shift (e.g., brain edema development) in the irregular vasomotion-driven exchanges of these compartmental volumes may lead to(More)
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