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regional cerebral blood flow


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Regional cerebral blood flow in migraine

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Abnormal regional cerebral blood flow in childhood autism

Low‐dose remifentanil increases regional cerebral blood flow and regional cerebral blood volume, but decreases regional mean transit time and regional cerebrovascular resistance in volunteers

Regional cerebral blood flow in cocaine- versus methamphetamine-dependent patients with a history of alcoholism

Pattern of white matter regional cerebral blood flow and autoregulation in normal pressure hydrocephalus

Regional cerebral blood flow during food exposure in obese and normal-weight women.

Regional cerebral blood flow (SPECT) during anaesthesia with isoflurane and nitrous oxide in humans.

Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Schizophrenia and the Local Circuit Neurons Hypothesis

Does Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Change on Treating Hypertension in Elderly Patients?

Influence of equianaesthetic concentrations of nitrous oxide and isoflurane on regional cerebral blood flow, regional cerebral blood volume, and regional mean transit time in human volunteers

Positron emission tomography study of regional cerebral blood flow and flow–metabolism coupling during general anaesthesia with xenon in humans†

NEUROLOGICAL AND NEUROPSYCHIATRIC DISORDERS: PSYCHIATRIC ILLNESSA-31An Exploratory Analysis of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Borderline Personality Symptoms using SPECT

Depressive illness, depressive symptomatology and regional cerebral blood flow in elderly people with sub-clinical cognitive impairment.

Regional Differences in the Coupling between Resting Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism may Indicate Action Preparedness as a Default State

Regional cerebral blood flow throughout the sleep-wake cycle. An H2(15)O PET study.

The neurobiology of glucocerebrosidase-associated parkinsonism: a positron emission tomography study of dopamine synthesis and regional cerebral blood flow

Patterns of Regional Cerebral Blood Flow Associated With Low Hemoglobin in the Baltimore Longitudinal Study of Aging

 

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Blood flow in localized areas of the brain during specific mental states or activities, recorded by a non-invasive brain imaging technique such as a PET scan or a SPECT scan, usually after introducing a radioactive substance, or by MRI. rCBF abbrev.

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