Cerebral vasomotor reactivity in neurodegenerative diseases.

@article{Smoliski2016CerebralVR,
  title={Cerebral vasomotor reactivity in neurodegenerative diseases.},
  author={Łukasz Smoliński and Anna Członkowska},
  journal={Neurologia i neurochirurgia polska},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 6},
  pages={455-462}
}
Small-caliber cerebral vessels change their diameters in response to alterations of key metabolite concentrations such as carbon dioxide or oxygen. This phenomenon, termed the cerebral vasomotor reactivity (CVMR), is the basis for blood flow regulation in the brain in accordance with its metabolic status. Typically, CVMR is determined as the amount of change in cerebral blood flow in response to a vasodilating stimulus, which can be measured by various neuroimaging methods or by transcranial… CONTINUE READING
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