Cerebral blood flow and metabolism
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Published by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins in Philadelphia .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Cerebral circulation.,
  • Cerebrovascular disease -- Pathophysiology.,
  • Brain -- Metabolism.,
  • Cerebrovascular Circulation -- physiology.,
  • Blood Flow Velocity -- physiology.,
  • Cerebrovascular Disorders -- physiopathology.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementLars Edvinsson, Diana N. Krause.
ContributionsKrause, Diana N.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQP108.5.C4 E38 2002
The Physical Object
Paginationxvii, 521 p. :
Number of Pages521
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17982279M
ISBN 100781722594
LC Control Number2001050358

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Offers a comprehensive reference on cerebral blood flow and metabolism. This book covers the field in a systematic way and synthesizes the diverse body of basic science and clinical literature. It helps to gain an understanding of the anatomical, physiological, and pharmacological bases of the cerebral circulation.   Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism is his third book, following on from Physiology for Engineers and Cerebral Autoregulation (both ). He has been working in this area for the last 15 years and authored over 80 papers in international journals. Biproducts of metabolism have also been proposed to have a role in autoregulation [ ]. Reductions in cerebral blood flow stimulate release of vasoactive substances from the brain that cause arterial dilatation. Candidates for these vasoactive substances include H +, K +, O 2, adenosine, and by: The Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism stands at the interface between basic and clinical neurovascular research, and features timely and relevant peer-reviewed research highlighting experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of brain circulation, metabolism .

The Benefits of Membership. Membership in the ISCBFM gains opportunities to build networks with like-minded, multidisciplinary investigators at the forefront of new research concerning cerebral blood flow, metabolism and function. Members receive numerous discounts, such as free digital subscription to the Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow. Cerebral blood flow must be able to maintain the avaricious appetite of the brain for O 2. The average rate of blood flow in the human brain as a whole is approximately 57 ml/ g tissue/min (see Table ). For a whole brain this amounts to almost ml/min, or approximately 15% of the total basal cardiac by: Cerebral blood flow and metabolism. New York: Raven Press, © (OCoLC) Material Type: Internet resource: Document Type: Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: Lars Edvinsson; E T MacKenzie; J McCulloch. In particular, focus will be placed on the largest gap in our knowledge—the influence of cerebral blood flow (CBF) and metabolism in outcome following injury. This volume explores such varied concepts as the influence of CBF in the pathotrajectory of TBI, .