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Alterations in cerebral blood flow produced by hypotension: a comparison of methods.
  1. F W Gamache,
  2. G M Dold


    Alterations in cerebral blood flow produced by controlled episodes of hypotension were studied in 12 juvenile monkeys using a thermocouple techique. The qualitative changes observed agreed closely with those obtained from an earlier study employing [14C]antipyrine autoradiographic methods. The present study extends the validity of the earlier antipyrine investigations by means of the continuous recording. The advantages and disadvantages of the thermocouple technique are examined.

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