LE WE PMID CA
CNS (Autoregulation of perfusion)9968ZNS (Autoregulation Blutfluss)

CNS (Autoregulation of perfusion)

CNS (Stroke BASKET)

Ion channel (TRP Family)

MRA (Method)

2010  
1
On the regulation of the blood supply to the brain: old age concepts and new age ideas.
[20299620] J Appl Physiol 108(6): 1447-9 (2010)
2008  
2
Cerebral autoregulation: an overview of current concepts and methodology with special focus on the elderly.
[18349877] J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 28(6): 1071-85 (2008)
1987  
3
Hemorheological aspects of the pathophysiology of cerebral ischemia.
[3294863] J Cereb Blood Flow Metab 7(3): 259-65 (1987)
2009  
4
Cerebral blood flow regulation by nitric oxide: recent advances.
[19293146] Pharmacol Rev 61(1): 62-97 (2009)
2010  
5
Cerebral autoregulation in stroke: a review of transcranial Doppler studies.
[20930158] Stroke 41(11): 2697-704 (2010)
2010  
6
Multicenter evaluation of a standardized protocol for rest and acetazolamide cerebral blood flow assessment using a quantitative SPECT reconstruction program and split-dose 123I-iodoamphetamine.
[20847163] J Nucl Med 51(10): 1624-31 (2010)
2007  
7
Clinical neuroimaging using arterial spin-labeled perfusion magnetic resonance imaging.
[17599701] Neurotherapeutics 4(3): 346-59 (2007)
2008  
8
Transient receptor potential (TRP) channels, vascular tone and autoregulation of cerebral blood flow.
[18215190] Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 35(9): 1116-20 (2008)

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