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1947 26
1948 29
1949 27
1950 6
1951 84
1952 214
1953 184
1954 192
1955 247
1956 249
1957 259
1958 203
1959 208
1960 200
1961 258
1962 86
1963 1
1964 5
1965 80
1966 112
1967 157
1968 208
1969 228
1970 244
1971 335
1972 312
1973 352
1974 442
1975 484
1976 417
1977 452
1978 451
1979 438
1980 432
1981 382
1982 377
1983 363
1984 447
1985 521
1986 528
1987 466
1988 409
1989 533
1990 581
1991 659
1992 802
1993 850
1994 960
1995 890
1996 989
1997 1145
1998 1223
1999 1324
2000 1309
2001 1137
2002 1232
2003 1358
2004 1326
2005 1619
2006 1712
2007 1736
2008 1804
2009 2095
2010 2041
2011 2024
2012 2042
2013 2195
2014 2059
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2017 1052
2018 1023
2019 444
2020 7
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Clinical significance of blood supply to the internal capsule and basal ganglia.
Djulejić V, et al. J Clin Neurosci 2016 - Review. PMID 26596401
Although the general vascular supply of the basal ganglia and internal capsule is well known, precise data are lacking regarding the variations of the vascular territories in the two regions. ...In 75% of the hemispheres, ACA perforators were seen to supply the inferomedial part of the head of the caudate nucleus and the anterior limb of the internal capsule, as well as the anterior and inferior portions of the putamen and globus pallidus. ...
Although the general vascular supply of the basal ganglia and internal capsule is well known, precise data are lacking regarding the …
Autoregulation of brain blood flow in the newborn piglet: regional differences in flow reduction during hypotension.
Laptook A, et al. Early Hum Dev 1982. PMID 6799270
Blood pressure was altered by phlebotomy. When the mean arterial blood pressure was greater than 50 mm Hg, no significant change in brain blood flow (microsphere technique) occurred (r = 0.04), indicating the presence of autoregulation. When the animals became hypotensive a pressure passive relationship exists between brain blood flow and mean arterial blood pressure. ...
Blood pressure was altered by phlebotomy. When the mean arterial blood pressure was greater than 50 mm Hg, no significant chan
Response of Cerebral Blood Flow and Blood Pressure to Dynamic Exercise: A Study Using PET.
Hiura M, et al. Int J Sports Med 2018. PMID 29359277
Dynamic exercise elicits fluctuations in blood pressure (BP) and cerebral blood flow (CBF). This study investigated responses in BP and CBF during cycling exercise and post-exercise hypotension (PEH) using positron emission tomography (PET). ...The present study suggests that higher brain regions are coordinated through reflex centers in the brain stem in order to regulate the cardiovascular response to exercise....
Dynamic exercise elicits fluctuations in blood pressure (BP) and cerebral blood flow (CBF). This study investigated responses …
Quantitative immunocytochemical study of blood-brain barrier glucose transporter (GLUT-1) in four regions of mouse brain.
Dobrogowska DH and Vorbrodt AW. J Histochem Cytochem 1999. PMID 10424886
Application of immunogold cytochemistry revealed polar (asymmetric) distribution of GLUT-1 in mouse brain microvascular endothelia, representing the anatomic site of the blood-brain barrier (BBB). ...Addition of morphometry to the applied immunogold technique makes it possible for even subtle differences to be revealed in the density of immunolabeling for GLUT-1 in blood microvessels located in four brain regions. ...
Application of immunogold cytochemistry revealed polar (asymmetric) distribution of GLUT-1 in mouse brain microvascular endothelia, r …
Effects of hypercarbia on autoregulation of brain blood flow and cerebral metabolism in newborn piglets.
Stonestreet BS, et al. Reprod Fertil Dev 1995. PMID 8848615
In the hypercarbic piglets, total brain blood flow decreased (P < 0.01) from the hypercarbic-normotensive value of 187 +/- 15 mliter min-1 100 g-1 to 139 +/- 18, 66 +/- 11 and 34 +/- 6 at mean arterial blood pressures of 55-41, 40-31 and < 30 mmHg, respectively; in the normocarbic piglets, total brain blood flow did not change from the normotensive value (70 +/- 11 mliter min-1 100 g-1) until the mean arterial blood pressure was < 30 mmHg, when brain blood flow had decreased (P < 0.01) to 49 +/- 8 mliter min-1 100 g-1. ...We conclude that hypercarbia impairs total and regional brain blood flow autoregulation in newborn piglets....

In the hypercarbic piglets, total brain blood flow decreased (P < 0.01) from the hypercarbic-normotensive value of 187 +/-

The arterial supply to the brain of the yak (Bos grunniens).
Ding Y, et al. Ann Anat 2007. PMID 17319606
Fifteen head specimens of the yak were dissected to study the arterial supply to the brain. The supply comes from the internal carotid, maxillary, occipital and vertebral arteries. ...The brain was mainly supplied by branches from the internal carotid and vertebral arteries in which the blood is oxygenated. ...
Fifteen head specimens of the yak were dissected to study the arterial supply to the brain. The supply comes from the i …
Measurement of pediatric regional cerebral blood flow from 6 months to 15 years of age in a clinical population.
Carsin-Vu A, et al. Eur J Radiol 2018. PMID 29571799 Free article.
OBJECTIVES: To investigate changes in cerebral blood flow (CBF) in gray matter (GM) between 6 months and 15 years of age and to provide CBF values for the brain, GM, white matter (WM), hemispheres and lobes. ...We excluded subjects with a condition potentially affecting brain perfusion. For each subject, mean values of CBF in the brain, GM, WM, hemispheres and lobes were calculated. ...
OBJECTIVES: To investigate changes in cerebral blood flow (CBF) in gray matter (GM) between 6 months and 15 years of age and to provi …
[Real-time dynamic recording of cerebral cortical vascular embolization and regeneration in rats]
Ding HJ, et al. Sheng Li Xue Bao 2019. PMID 31440755 Chinese. Free article.
Within 24-48 h after ischemia, the degree of brain injury was the greatest, and the number of blood vessels in the ischemic region reached the minimum. Then the blocked blood vessels began to be dredged, and the small blood vessels around the ischemic area began to regenerate. ...
Within 24-48 h after ischemia, the degree of brain injury was the greatest, and the number of blood vessels in the ischemic re …
Experimental cerebral oligemia and ischemia produced by intracranial hypertension. Part 1: Pathophysiology, electroencephalography, cerebral blood flow, blood-brain barrier, and neurological function.
Marshall LF, et al. J Neurosurg 1975. PMID 1151466
Cerebral blood flow, electrical activity, and neurological function were studied in rabbits subjected to either 15 minutes of oligemia (20 torr cerebral perfusion pressure) or complete cerebral ischemia produced by cisterna magna infusion. ...
Cerebral blood flow, electrical activity, and neurological function were studied in rabbits subjected to either 15 minutes of oligemi …
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