Middle cerebral artery blood flow velocity in healthy persons during wakefulness and sleep: a transcranial Doppler study.

@article{Droste1993MiddleCA,
  title={Middle cerebral artery blood flow velocity in healthy persons during wakefulness and sleep: a transcranial Doppler study.},
  author={Dirk W. Droste and Wiltrud Berger and Emmanuelle Schuler and Joachim K. Krauss},
  journal={Sleep},
  year={1993},
  volume={16 7},
  pages={
          603-9
        }
}
In 10 normal young adults, middle cerebral artery blood flow velocity was measured continuously over one night by transcranial Doppler sonography. Polysomnography was used to assess the different sleep stages and waking state. During rapid eye movement (REM) sleep, middle cerebral artery blood flow velocity was higher than in any other sleep stage and wakefulness. During the waking state the velocity was higher than in sleep stage 2. Spontaneous rhythmic oscillations of cerebral blood flow… CONTINUE READING

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