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Neurophysiological basis of cerebral blood flow control
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Sima Mraovitch and Richard Sercombe.|
|Contributions||Mraovitch, Sima, 1947-, Sercombe, Richard.|
|LC Classifications||QP108.5.C4 N482 1996|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||408 p. :|
|Number of Pages||408|
In the present study, we investigated changes in regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF) in humans during the progression from relaxed wakefulness through slow wave sleep (SWS). In his book, “The Organization of Behavior” the Canadian neuro-psychologist Donald O. Hebb ( – ) introduced the concepts of synaptic plasticity and cell assemblies to provide a. theory of the neurophysiological basis of behaviour (Brown, ). The synaptic plasticity theory of learning was rehabilitated in the late s when.
Increased cerebral blood flow may also reduce the hypoxic condition of 51 AD brains, as hypoxia facilitates AD pathogenesis by up-regulating BACE1 gene expression (Sun et al, ), and may also. Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) is widely used to study the operational organization of the human brain, but the exact relationship between the .
Evidence to support possible dysfunction of the caudate includes cerebral blood flow studies, with findings of decreased metabolism in the caudate, particularly the right caudate (Lou et al., ). Neuroimaging studies using MRI scans have revealed similar differences in the size of the right caudate, relative to the left, in children with ADD. Topics: LCC:Neurosciences. Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry, LCC:RC, LCC:Internal medicine, LCC:RC, LCC:Medicine, LCC:R, DOAJ:Neurology, DOAJ.
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Neurophysiological basis of cerebral blood flow control: an intro-duction Article (PDF Available) in Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria 54(4) December with 20 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
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Neurophysiological Basis of Cerebral Blood Flow Control: An Introduction By Robert Macfarlane Topics: Book ReviewsAuthor: Robert Macfarlane. THE NEUROPHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF CEREBRAL BLOOD FLOW CONTROL: AN INTRODUCTION Read PDF The Neurophysiological Basis of Cerebral Blood Flow Control: An Introduction Authored by S.
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Physiology in Sleep provides the physiological definition of sleep and presents the philosophical approach to sleep that departs from pharmacological and neurophysiological theories of sleep. This book discusses the effects of sleep on cardiovascular and respiratory function, cerebral metabolism and blood flow, as well as temperature regulation.
Furthermore, cerebral energy delivery depends almost exclusively on aerobic glucose metabolism, with the synapse being the major location for consumption. The extra demands on glucose and oxygen result in increases of the regional cerebral blood flow (rCBF). In the normal brain the rCBF is monotonically related to the regional metabolism .
Cerebral blood flow at reperfusion. In human ischemic stroke, the arterial occlusion can be either permanent or transient. It has been shown that an early re-establishment of the CBF in ischemic areas (reperfusion) can be associated with a favorable functional outcome (Minematsu et al., ; Ringelstein et al., ).On the other hand, reperfusion can also exacerbate brain injury.
The cerebral blood flow monitoring is done either as a global aspect or a regional aspect. The various intracranial pressure monitoring techniques and devices are discussed. Electrophysiological monitoring of the brain and its role in assessing the functioning of the neuronal cells and the tracts are discussed.
Reduced Cerebral Blood Flow in Angular Gyrus. A couple of studies found reduced cerebral blood flow in angular gyrus of murderers and impulsive, violent criminals.
Higher Activation of Subcortical Limbic Regions. A study showed higher activation of subcortical limbic regions of two groups of reactive and proactive murderers, especially in. 3. Flow-Metabolism Coupling. For over a century it has been appreciated that cerebral blood flow varies with cerebral metabolism .This has most recently been shown with several functional imaging modalities, such as PET scanning and BOLD fMRI .So-called flow-metabolism coupling or functional hyperemia is perhaps the most clinically relevant of the CBF regulation paradigms, as cerebral.
Regional cerebral blood flow assessment revealed hypoperfusion in the left parietal and temporal lobes of the brain. Three months after the first assessment, the control scans showed that the left parietal hypoperfusion disappeared while the left temporal hypoperfusion was still present.
Positron emission tomography (PET) was used to study regional cerebral blood flow during speech and rest in a group of 24 subjects with hereditary ataxia with mild-to-moderate dysarthria.
These data were compared to the results obtained from a group of 13 age-matched, normal speakers. Chen JJ, Wieckowska M, Meyer E, Pike GB.
Cerebral Blood Flow Measurement Using fMRI and PET: A Cross-Validation Study. International Journal of Biomedical Imaging. ; – [PMC free article] Cherney LR, Small SL. Task-dependent changes in brain activation following therapy for nonfluent aphasia: Discussion of two individual cases.
VSM tension acts to control vessel diameter and hence cerebral blood flow. NO is nitric oxide, a potent endogenous vasodilator. We do not feel that any existing models of the brain circulation have the scope or flexibility to deal with the complexities which arise in many medical situations.
Cerebral Blood Flow GEORGE MCHEDLISHVILI, M.D. SUMMARY The major conceptions of cerebral blood flow (CBF) control dereloped In the 19th and 20th centuries are listed. The systems of CBF regulation are considered from the viewpoint of automatic control.
In the classification of CBF regulation mechanisms, 4 types are identified. Neurovascular coupling, the close spatial and temporal relationship between neural activity and hemodynamics, is disrupted in pathological brain states.
To understand the altered neurovascular relationship in brain disorders, longitudinal, simultaneous mapping of neural activity and hemodynamics is critical yet challenging to achieve. Here, we use a multimodal neural platform in a mouse model.
Neurophysiological basis of cerebral blood flow control: an intro-duction. By Rubens José Gagliardi. Cite. BibTex; Full citation; Topics: Neurosciences.
Biological psychiatry. Neuropsychiatry, RC Publisher: Academia Brasileira de Neurologia (ABNEURO). Stimulation of the superior sagittal sinus often provoked a mild reduction in blood pressure.
This effect was most prominent at 2 and 5/s and was similar to that seen with trigeminal ganglion stimulation, so that the data were analysed by considering the changes in vascular ation of the superior sagittal sinus (n=5) resulted in a frequency-dependent reduction.
Increases in cerebral blood flow (CBF) and metabolism are used as indicators of cerebral function, because both are coupled to increased neuronal activity (1–3).The influence of decreased neuronal activity on CBF and metabolism is less well understood, but essential for an understanding of the neurophysiological basis of vascular or metabolic signals obtained with .Any of the tubular vessels conveying the blood (arteries, arterioles, capillaries, venules, and veins).
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