Blood flow in the emissary veins of the human head during hyperthermia

Abstract

The direction of the blood flowing in the emissary veins (vena emissaria mastoidea and v. e. partietalis) was recorded in human subjects during moderate hyperthermia and hypothermia. During hyperthermia the blood flowed rapidly from skin to brain. During hypothermia either no flow could be detected or the blood flowed slowly from brain to skin. On two fresh… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF02335925

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@article{Cabanac1985BloodFI, title={Blood flow in the emissary veins of the human head during hyperthermia}, author={Michel Cabanac and Heiner Brinnel}, journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology and Occupational Physiology}, year={1985}, volume={54}, pages={172-176} }