Handbook of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow unites the technical, clinical, and methodological developments in regional Cerebral Blood Flow (rCBF) as well as the research applications of rCBF from a variety of disciplines.
Handbook of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow provides a comprehensive, detailed overview of the most common modern technique for quantitative measurement of regional cerebral blood flow, responding to such changes as the proliferation and standardization of the rCBF instruments over the last decade and the growing impact of rCBF on diverse medical disciplines.
Table of Contents
Contents: J. McCulloch, The Physiology and Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow. N.A. Lassen, Basic Principles of CBF Measurement by Xenon-133 and External Recording by Multiple Stationary Detectors. W.D. Obrist, W.E. Wilkinson, H.S. Wang, D. Harel, The Noninvasive 133XE Method: Influence of the Input Function on Computed rCBF Values. I. Prohovnik, Data Quality, Integrity, and Interpretation. V.A. Maximilian, A. Brawanski, Functional and Vascular Challenge Procedures During Noninvasive rCBF Measurements. Z. Mubrin, S. Kne vi , Utility of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Measurements in Pharmacology. A. Hartmann, Measurement of Cerebral Blood Flow in Cerebrovascular Diseases: Neurology, Part I. J.P.H. Wade, S. Kne vi , Neurology, Part II: Other Applications. L. Symon, The Use of Cerebral Blood-Flow Measurements in Clinical Neurosurgery. J. Risberg, L. Gustafson, Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Psychiatric Disorders. G. Greisen, Cerebral Blood Flow in Infants and Children. J.P.H. Wade, M.M. Brown, Cerebral Blood Flow in Hematological Disorders. S. Kne vi , Z. Mubrin, Investigations of Cerebral Blood Flow in Various Medical Conditions.
"The Handbook of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow is a collection of well organized artcles written by several authors. It is recommended for large medical collections."
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