The effect of an alternative medical procedure upon low-frequency oscillations in cutaneous blood flow velocity.

Abstract

OBJECTIVE Compression of the fourth ventricle (CV-4) is a manual, noninvasive procedure that reportedly affects the cranial rhythmic impulse, a phenomenon recognized by practitioners of cranial manipulation, that is concomitant with low-frequency Traube-Hering (TH) oscillations in blood flow velocity. This study examines the CV-4 and its effect upon blood… (More)

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