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Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism Measurement

  • Alexander Hartmann
  • Siegfried Hoyer

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages I-XV
  2. Intraarterial Xenon 133 Technique

  3. Noninvasive Two-Dimensional rCBF Techniques

    1. R. von Kummer, S. Herold, F. von Kries
      Pages 61-66
    2. K. Herholz, G. Pawlik, W.-D. Heiss, H. W. Ilsen, K. Wienhard
      Pages 67-71
    3. Z. Mubrin, S. Knežević, B. Barac, N. Gubarev, M. Lazić, R. Liščić et al.
      Pages 81-87
    4. B. P. Uzzell, C. A. Dolinskas, J. L. Jaggi, W. D. Obrist
      Pages 88-91
    5. E. Körner, K. Marguc, E. Ott, H. Lechner, E. Flooh, R. Szyszkowitz et al.
      Pages 92-97
    6. G. Demeurisse, M. Verhas, A. Capon
      Pages 109-112
    7. T. Schroeder, P. Holstein, H. C. Engell
      Pages 118-122
    8. E. Ott, F. Fazekas, G. Bertha, H. Valetitsch, H. Lechner
      Pages 123-129
    9. S. Takamatsu, K. Satoh, I. Osanai, Y. Kawamura, S. Mizuno, M. Takamatsu et al.
      Pages 130-135
    10. E. Højer-Pedersen, G. Gulliksen, E. Enevoldsen, J. Haase
      Pages 141-144
    11. G. Geraud, A. Guell, P. Andrieu, M. Tremoulet, A. Bes
      Pages 153-160
    12. J. K. Farrar, G. G. Ferguson, C. G. Drake, S. J. Peerless
      Pages 161-164
    13. M. R. Gaab, C. P. Rode, I. Haubitz, J. Bockhorn, A. Brawanski
      Pages 180-186
    14. G. Gulliksen, E. Højer-Pedersen, M. Møller, B. Harvald, E. Enevoldsen
      Pages 198-201
    15. K. Marguc, E. Ott, E. Flooh, E. Körner, F. Fazekas, G. Bertha et al.
      Pages 202-204
    16. F. Fazekas, E. Ott, K. Marguc, E. Körner, H. Valetitsch, H. Lechner et al.
      Pages 205-208
    17. C. C. Nimmon, K. E. Britton, M. Granowska, J. S. P. Lumley, B. Mahendra, J. Drinkwater et al.
      Pages 214-219
  4. Three-Dimensional Xenon 133 Technique (SPECT)

  5. Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography with Other Radioactive Substances

    1. C. Raynaud, G. Rancurel, E. Kieffer, F. Soussaline, S. Ricard, S. Askienazy et al.
      Pages 283-294
    2. H. J. Biersack, A. Hartmann, W. Fröscher, K. Reichmann, S. N. Reske, R. Ledda et al.
      Pages 295-300
    3. G. Lucignani, F. Fazio, A. Nehlig, R. Blasberg, C. S. Patlak, L. Anderson et al.
      Pages 301-304
    4. S. N. Reske, A. Rasche, W. Eichelkraut, H. J. Biersack, C. Winkler
      Pages 305-309
    5. G. L. Lenzi, F. Fazio, C. Pozzilli, M. Negri, L. Bozzao, L. M. Fantozzi et al.
      Pages 310-314

About this book

Introduction

At the present time several techniques are available for studying quantitatively global and regional blood flow and metabolism of the human brain. How­ ever, many scientists working in the clinical and research field who would like to use these tools for their investigations may be less familiar with the indi­ cations and limitations of the individual methods. The rapid development of both modern imaging techniques and new tracers may have led to some con­ fusion in answering the question as to which method is appropriate to solve the diagnostic problem of an individuum with brain disease. Scepticism and ignorance as to the methods to be used as tools in differential diagnosis of brain disorders may have prevented their widespread introduction into clinical practice. Thus, the significance of circulatory and metabolic parameters involved in the majority of diseases of the central nervous system may have been overlooked. The contributions compiled in this book describe in detail the individual techniques, outline their indications and limitations and deal in particular with newer methods such as the atraumatic 133Xe technique, stable xenon tomogra­ phy, three-dimensional techniques such as 133Xe single photon emission tomog­ raphy and N-isopropyl-P23-iodoamphetamine. Positron emission tomography studies provide information on function and metabolism, particularly that of oxygen and glucose, in regional brain areas of interest. Nuclear magnetic reso­ nance may be a promising method for studying metabolic parameters; however, accurate circulation measurements can not be performed at present.

Keywords

Metabolism Nervous System brain central nervous system positron emission tomography (PET) tomography trauma

Editors and affiliations

  • Alexander Hartmann
    • 1
  • Siegfried Hoyer
    • 2
  1. 1.Abteilung NeurologieUniversitäts-Nervenklinik und PoliklinikBonn 1Germany
  2. 2.Institut für Pathochemie und Allgemeine Neurochemie im Zentrum Pathologie der UniversitätHeidelberg 1Germany

Bibliographic information

  • DOI https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-70054-5
  • Copyright Information Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg 1985
  • Publisher Name Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg
  • eBook Packages Springer Book Archive
  • Print ISBN 978-3-642-70056-9
  • Online ISBN 978-3-642-70054-5
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