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The aim of the present study was to evaluate water pipe-related acute neurological effects and cerebral blood flow using transcranial Doppler ultrasonography and serum S100b protein level measurements.
"We believe that cerebral blood flow is a highly modifiable factor that is a crucial element for reducing hypoxia, improving energy production, and increasing protein synthesis to prevent dementia," Dr.
Anaesthetic management of patients with Moyamoya disease focuses on maintenance of adequate cerebral blood flow, normalisation of intracranial pressure and avoidance of both cerebral vasoconstriction and vasodilatation.
(2-4) These complications can result in lower levels of cerebral blood flow and oxygenation.
- RAPID CT perfusion automatically quantifies regions of reduced cerebral blood flow, volume and transit time that exceed pre-specified thresholds.
Intraoperative Cerebral Autoregulation Assessment Using Ultra-sound-Tagged Near-Infrared-Based Cerebral Blood Flow in Comparison to Transcranial Doppler Cerebral Flow Velocity: A Pilot Study.
In physiological conditions, the diameter of the blood vessel is the main regulator of cerebral blood flow, while in blood vessel occlusion most of the penumbra perfusion originates from collaterals, which enables retrograde perfusion of the penetrating arterioles of the ischemic penumbra after AIS [28].
Results: Patients with anemia due to chronic renal failure were found to have increased cerebral blood flow as compared to normal healthy individuals.
Cerebral blood flow volume and bilateral ICA and VA volumes were not significantly higher in FMS patients compared to controls.
Cerebral autoregulation is the ability of cerebral arterioles to maintain steady cerebral blood flow (CBF) over a varying range of mean arterial pressures (MAP) [4].
Soussaline et al., "Local interrelationships of cerebral oxygen consumption and glucose utilization in normal subjects and in ischemic stroke patients: a positron tomography study," Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism, vol.
Regarding cerebral blood flow, CTA might show a persistent perfusion despite the absence of perfusion on angiography [6]; however the divergence is mostly explained by residual perfusion in proximal arteries, which are not considered in the actual 4-point opacification score [7].
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