133Xenon inhalation method. Analysis of reproducibility: some of its physiological implications.

@article{Blauenstein1977133XenonIM,
  title={133Xenon inhalation method. Analysis of reproducibility: some of its physiological implications.},
  author={Urs W. Blauenstein and James H. Halsey and Edwin M. Wilson and Edward L. Wills and Jarl Risberg},
  journal={Stroke},
  year={1977},
  volume={8 1},
  pages={92-102}
}
Regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) was simultaneously measured at seven locations in each hemisphere by the Obrist 133Xenon inhalation method. In each of 35 healthy right-handed subjects two rest measurements were performed on consecutive days. The data analysis comprises the two-compartmentally derived parameters for flow (f1), relative tissue weight (w1… CONTINUE READING