5 edition of Effects of Aging on Regulation of Cerebral Blood Flow and Metabolism (Monographs in Clinical Neuroscience) found in the catalog.
by S. Karger AG (Switzerland)
Written in English
|Contributions||C. W. Loeb (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||258|
Cerebral blood flow (CBF) is an important factor that maintains brain function, and a prolonged insufficiency causes degeneration and irreversible impairment of brain function. In the brain parenchyma, there is a wealth of blood vessels. Approximately 15% of cardiac output flows through the brain that accounts for only 2% of body :// Arneric SP (): Cortical cerebral blood flow is modulated by cholinergic basal forebrain neurons: effects of ibotenic acid lesions and electrical stimulation. Excerpta Medica International Congress Series, Vol. – Google Scholar
After the sixth decade of life, one of the main alterations that occurs, is the degradation of the neurological system and the development of neurovascular diseases and cerebral vascular dysfunction due to decreased cerebral blood flow (CBF) and abnormal brain metabolism; which consequently elevate the risk of dementia related diseases The effects of flavanone-rich citrus juice on cognitive function and cerebral blood flow: an acute, randomised, placebo-controlled cross-over trial in healthy, young adults - Volume Issue 12 - Daniel J. Lamport, Deepa Pal, Anna L. Macready, Sofia Barbosa-Boucas, John M. Fletcher, Claire M. Williams, Jeremy P. E. Spencer, Laurie T. Butler
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2nd satellite symposium, San Remo, June July 1, Effects of aging on regulation of cerebral blood flow and metabolism editors, C. Fieschi, G.L. Lenzi, C.W. Loeb （Monographs in neural sciences, v. 11） Karger, Age-related declines in cardiovascular function may impair cerebral blood flow (CBF) regulation, leading to the disruption of neuronal micro-environmental homeostasis.
The brain is the most metabolically active organ with limited intracellular energy storage and critically depends on CBF to sustain neuronal :// About this journal. The Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism stands at the interface between basic and clinical neurovascular research, and features timely and relevant peer-reviewed research highlighting experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of brain circulation, metabolism and imaging.
It is relevant to any physician or scientist with an interest in brain function, including Cerebral blood flow regulation is essential for normal brain function. In this Review, Kisler and colleagues examine the cellular and molecular mechanisms that underlie cerebral blood flow Get this from a library.
Effects of aging on regulation of cerebral blood flow and metabolism: abstracts: IInd satellite symposium, San Remo, Italy, 30th June-1st July [C Fieschi; Carlo Loeb;] Summary.
The influence of age on cerebral blood flow (CBF) and cerebrovascular response was investigated using the atraumatic Xe inhalation and intravenous injection methods in normal volunteers and the results were compared with those in patients with cerebral infarction.
In normals, regional CBF decreased rather uniformly throughout the brain with advancing :// The purpose of the present study was to examine the effect of the frequency of mastication on cerebral activation and task scores for computational tasks.
Eleven healthy subjects participated in the present study (nine women, two men). Subjects carried out the Uchida-Kraepelin Test for 15 min before and after chewing tasteless gum for five ://?paperid= Aging effects on cerebral blood and cerebrospinal fluid flows Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism 27(9) September with Reads Book January experiments showing that denervation had no effect on basic regulation of flow-metabolism coupling, chemical control or autoregulation.
and its effects on cerebral Abstract. Careful regulation of cerebral blood flow is required to maintain proper brain function. The cerebral arteries are particularly sensitive to the effects of hypertension, which alters the arteries in a manner that impairs the brains ability to tightly regulate :// Journal of Cerebral Blood Flow & Metabolism stands at the interface between basic and clinical neurovascular research, and features timely and relevant research highlighting experimental, theoretical, and clinical aspects of brain circulation, metabolism and imaging.
The journal is relevant to any physician or scientist with an interest in brain function, cerebrovascular disease, cerebral Cerebral blood flow (CBF), or the rate of delivery of arterial blood to the capillary bed of a particular mass of tissue, is a functional measure of the vascular neural network and has been /_Resting_cerebral_blood_flow_attention_and_aging.
The contribution of hematocrit (Ht) changes on cerebral blood flow (CBF) and brain oxygenation in ischemic cerebrovascular disease is still controversial.
In the present study, effects. Cerebral blood flow velocity (CBV) has been shown to increase 10%% during moderate intensity exercise (~60%% of an individual's maximal oxygen uptake; VO 2max), as a result of parallel Cerebral Circulation during Aging (F.M.
Faraci). Responses of Cerebral Blood Vessels during Diabetes Mellitus (W.G. Mayhan). Effects of Traumatic Brain Injury on Cerebral Blood Flow (K. Okiyama and T.K. McIntosh). Cerebrovascular Regulation in the Fetus and Neonate (W.J. Pearce).
Cerebral Blood Flow and Migraine (M.J. Gorman and K.M.A. Welch).Hypertension and stroke both have detrimental effects on the cerebral arteries. Stroke impairs myogenic tone generation and the regulation of blood flow.
It also alters the structure of the cerebral arteries such that the lumen diameter of the ischemic artery increases after ischemia/reperfusion ://