Recovery of brain function during induced cerebral hypoperfusion.

@article{Marshall2001RecoveryOB,
  title={Recovery of brain function during induced cerebral hypoperfusion.},
  author={Randolph S. Marshall and Ronald M. Lazar and John Pile-Spellman and William Lee Young and Dominique Duong and Shailandra Joshi and Noeleen D. Ostapkovich},
  journal={Brain : a journal of neurology},
  year={2001},
  volume={124 Pt 6},
  pages={
          1208-17
        }
}
We used the setting of clinically indicated internal carotid artery balloon test occlusions in 44 patients with inoperable carotid cavernous aneurysms or head and neck tumours to examine real-time changes in higher cerebral function that correlate with specific levels of cerebral blood flow. By making detailed haemodynamic and neurobehavioural measurements during the 30 min the carotid artery was occluded, we were able to quantify higher cerebral function patterns in relation to absolute… CONTINUE READING
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