R W Ross-Russell

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The association of intracranial hypertension and arteriovenous malformations is described in two patients. Both patients had the typical clinical features of pseudotumour cerebri and were found to have intracranial arteriovenous malformations on arteriography. The mechanism of raised intracranial pressure in patients with arteriovenous malformations is(More)
The ability to reliably obtain serial determinations of regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) over time in small animals using simple and inexpensively constructed platinum-wire microelectrodes has been investigated. Repeated measurements of local cortical flow were obtained on a daily basis using the hydrogen clearance technique in a group of 18 animals, in(More)
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