Hyperfrontality of regional cerebral blood flow distribution in normals during resting wakefulness: fact or artifact?

@article{Mathew1989HyperfrontalityOR,
  title={Hyperfrontality of regional cerebral blood flow distribution in normals during resting wakefulness: fact or artifact?},
  author={Roy J. Mathew},
  journal={Biological psychiatry},
  year={1989},
  volume={26 7},
  pages={717-24}
}
Earlier studies with two-dimensional measurement techniques consistently found higher frontal flow in normal subjects during resting wakefulness. However, this finding could not be confirmed by several laboratories with the more modern and technologically more sophisticated three-dimensional measurement techniques. This discrepancy can have strong… CONTINUE READING