An intraventricular hemorrhage is a hemorrhage of the area surrounding the lateral cerebral ventricles.
Information comes into the hippocampal system from the cerebral cortex, including the visual, auditory, sensory cortices and the motor cortex.
Any factor which decreases either cardiac output or peripheral vascular resistance diminishes systemic arterial pressure and hence cerebral perfusion.
Neurochemistry studies supported by functional brain imaging have also provided insight into types of cerebral dysfunction responsible for producing the catatonic syndrome.
Better understanding of the cerebral associated with their use, and identification of mechanisms of injury, should improve the safety of these techniques.
Both, major systemic hemorrhage and any cerebral or major systemic hemorrhage, were defined as secondary endpoints of the trial.
The second group comprised 68 patients with a patent oval foramen and had experienced transient ischemic attacks or cerebral infarctions after presumed paradoxical embolism.
The first order relays transmit information from ascending pathways to the cerebral cortex.
There is no cerebral involvement and recovery in non-fatal cases is usually rapid and complete.
Effects of prolonged sleep deprivation on local rates of cerebral energy uptake in freely moving rats.
The fascination with this new form of cerebral biographies grasped anatomical experts as well.
Possible preventative strategies should be explored, including vaccination programmes against neurotropic viruses identified as being associated with cerebral palsy.
The association of masculinity with the cerebral and femininity with the physical perhaps explains women’s exclusion from credibility on these grounds.
By this standard, cerebral bloodflowat the end of cooling is clearly excessive in all groups, and perfusion during rewarming is probably slightly excessive.
Cerebral blood flow decreased slightly from 30 to 120 minutes of non-pulsatile perfusion at low rates of flow.
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