alexa Identification of Disturbances of Autoregulation of Cerebral Hemodynamics and Blood Vessels Reactivity

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Identification of Disturbances of Autoregulation of Cerebral Hemodynamics and Blood Vessels Reactivity

The purpose of the current research was to revise the disturbances of autoregulation of cerebral hemodynamics and reactivity of vessels in patients with consequences of mild traumatic brain injuries by using Doppler ultrasonography with hyper-and hypocapnic tests.

 

Citation: Litovchenko T, Iakubenko I (2015) Identification of Disturbances of Autoregulation of Cerebral Hemodynamics and Blood Vessels Reactivity in Patients with Consequences of Mild Traumatic Brain Injuries. Brain Disord Ther 4:161.

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