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Sickle cell anemia may be associated with a variety of serious cerebral manifestations, such as hemiplegia, aphasia, convulsions, stupor or coma (1, 2). These symptoms are usually attributed to… Continue Reading
RECENT studies on the pathogenesis of cerebrovascular accidents have emphasized the importance of either vasomotor changes in the cerebral vessels themselves or temporary inadequacy of the systemic...
Abstract 1.1. The cerebral blood flow (CBF), oxygen consumption (CMRO 2 ) and vascular resistance (CVR) were determined by the nitrous oxide technic before and during the administration of 85 to 100… Continue Reading
Urethan (ethyl carbamate) has been used as an anesthetic agent in experimental animals for many years. It has the advantage of producing satisfactory anesthesia without respiratory depression. This… Continue Reading