Organization of the Vascular Mechanisms
The investigations listed in the previous chapters have shed light on the functional organization of the vascular system of the brain [220, 222]. By functional organization of the vascular system of the brain in this case is meant the general principles governing the functional behavior of its different parts under conditions when the cerebral circulation is regulated. The different parts of the cerebral arterial system naturally deserve special interest, because it is this system that is the chief hemodynamic operator regulating the inflow of blood into the capillary network and the changes in the capillary circulation.
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