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The Interdependence of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation and Intracranial Pressure

  • R. Cooper
  • A. Hulme
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Abstract

The use of chronically indwelling intracerebral electrodes and other devices for the treatment of psychiatric illness [1], investigation of epilepsy [2, and others] and management of neurosurgical patients [3, 4] permit investigation of the local and regional changes of the cerebrovascular system in man.

Keywords

Cerebral Blood Flow Intracranial Pressure Perfusion Pressure Oxygen Availability Neurosurgical Patient 
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  • R. Cooper
  • A. Hulme

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