Applied Aspects of Ultrasonography in Humans by P. Ainslie

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2010). 24 Applied Aspects of Ultrasonography in Humans 9. TCD and neck blood flow utility It is clear that there is tremendous utility in the assessment of cerebrovascular function with TCD. Surprisingly, integrative assessment of cerebrovascular function is currently lacking and no studies to date have combined the assessment of these four fundamental measurements. Given that regulation of cerebrovascular function involves the complex integration of each of the above factors, only experimental designs that incorporate holistic assessment of multiple mechanisms can hope to clarify the complex physiology responsible for maintaining brain O2 and nutrient delivery in such narrow margins.

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