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In vitro assay of contractile activities of spastic canine basilar artery and its surrounding blood clot

Eiichi Tani and Shogo Yamagata

Fraser RAR, Stein BM, Barrett RE, et al: Noradrenergic mediation of experimental cerebrovascular spasm. Stroke 1: 356–362, 1970 16. Fraser RAR , Stein BM , Hilal SK , et al : Cerebrovascular reactivity: blockade of acute and chronic vascular spasm and hypocapnic constriction , in Russell RWR (ed): Brain and Blood Flow. London : Pitman Medical and Scientific , 1970 , pp 236 – 243 Fraser RAR, Stein BM, Hilal SK, et al: Cerebrovascular reactivity: blockade of acute and chronic vascular spasm and hypocapnic

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The Use of Ultrasound to Determine Cerebral Arterial Reserve

Glenn W. Kindt, Julian R. Youmans, and Louis W. Conway

. (See p. 5). 2. Bloor , B. M. , Asli , R. P. , Nugent , G. R. , and Majzoub , H. S. Relationship of cerebrovascular reactivity to degree of extracranial vascular occlusion. Circulation , 1966 ( Suppl. 11 ) 33, 34 : 28 – 34 . Bloor , B. M., Asli , R. P., Nugent , G. R., and Majzoub , H. S. Relationship of cerebrovascular reactivity to degree of extracranial vascular occlusion. Circulation , 1966 ( Suppl. 11 ) 33 , 34: 28–34. 3. Brinker , R. A. , Landiss , D. J. , and Croley , T. F

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Improvement in cerebral hemodynamic parameters and outcomes after superficial temporal artery-middle cerebral artery bypass in patients with severe stenoocclusive disease of the intracranial internal carotid or middle cerebral arteries

Shiong Wen Low, Kejia Teo, Sein Lwin, Leonard L. L. Yeo, Prakash R. Paliwal, Aftab Ahmad, Arvind K. Sinha, Hock Luen Teoh, Lily Y. H. Wong, Vincent F. Chong, Raymond C. S. Seet, Bernard P. L. Chan, Tseng Tsai Yeo, Ning Chou, and Vijay K. Sharma

Reduction of Emboli in Symptomatic Carotid Stenosis (CARESS) trial . Circulation 111 : 2233 – 2240 , 2005 10.1161/01.CIR.0000163561.90680.1C 21 Markus HS , Harrison MJ : Estimation of cerebrovascular reactivity using transcranial Doppler, including the use of breath-holding as the vasodilatory stimulus . Stroke 23 : 668 – 673 , 1992 10.1161/01.STR.23.5.668 22 Markus HS , MacKinnon A : Asymptomatic embolization detected by Doppler ultrasound predicts stroke risk in symptomatic carotid artery stenosis . Stroke 36 : 971 – 975 , 2005 10.1161/01.STR

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Cerebral arterial spasm

Part 2: In vitro contractile activity of serotonin in human serum and CSF on the canine basilar artery, and its blockage by methylsergide and phenoxybenzamine

George S. Allen, Lavell M. Henderson, Shelley N. Chou, and Lyle A. French

.1161/01.STR.1.5.356 9. Fraser RAR , Stein BM , Hilal SK , et al : Cerebrovascular reactivity: blockade of acute and chronic vascular spasm and hypocapnic constriction , in Russell RWR (ed): Brain and Blood Flow. London , Pitman Medical and Scientific Pub Co , 1970 , pp 236 – 243 Fraser RAR, Stein BM, Hilal SK, et al: Cerebrovascular reactivity: blockade of acute and chronic vascular spasm and hypocapnic constriction, in Russell RWR (ed): Brain and Blood Flow. London, Pitman Medical and

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Cerebral arterial responses to induced hypertension following subarachnoid hemorrhage in the monkey

Donald P. Boisvert, Thomas R. Overton, Bryce Weir, and Michael G. Grace

-Stokes type and variations in arterial pressure. The results of other investigations indicate that such repeated elevations in ICP may eventually lead to complete “vasomotor paralysis” and severe sustained intracranial hypertension. Indeed, the authors found that the more seriously ill patients demonstrated ICP levels in excess of 1000 mm H 2 O and total loss of normal cerebrovascular reactivity. Similarly, Sakurai, et al., 19 in testing CBF autoregulation and response to hypercapnia in patients with SAH, found a close relationship between degree of impaired reactivity

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Effect of subarachnoid hemorrhage on contractile responses and noradrenaline release evoked in cat cerebral arteries by histamine

Ramiro D. Lobato, Jesús Marín, Mercedes Salaices, Mercedes L. Rico, and Carlos F. Sanchez

J , Salaices M , et al : Cerebrovascular reactivity to noradrenaline and serotonin following experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neurosurg 53 : 480 – 485 , 1980 Lobato RD, Marín J, Salaices M, et al: Cerebrovascular reactivity to noradrenaline and serotonin following experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage. J Neurosurg 53: 480–485, 1980 10.3171/jns.1980.53.4.0480 16. Lobato RD , Marín J , Salaices M , et al : Effect of experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage on the adrenergic innervation of cerebral

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A role of the central catecholamine neuron in cerebral circulation

Hideyoshi Yokote, Toru Itakura, Kunio Nakai, Ichiro Kamei, Harumichi Imai, and Norihiko Komai

following amphetamine administration. Brain Res 121: 196–199, 1977 10.1016/0006-8993(77)90452-8 23. Mendelow AD , McCalden TA , Hattingh J , et al : The effect of chemical sympathectomy on cerebrovascular reactivity and cerebral metabolism , in Owman C , Edvinsson L (eds): International Symposium on Neurogenic Control of the Brain Circulation. Oxford : Pergamon Press , 1977 , pp 429 – 442 Mendelow AD, McCalden TA, Hattingh J, et al: The effect of chemical sympathectomy on cerebrovascular reactivity and

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Longitudinal time course of reversible and irreversible components of chronic cerebrovasospasm of the rabbit basilar artery

Peter Vorkapic, Rosemary D. Bevan, and John A. Bevan

, et al : Cerebral arterial constriction after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage is associated with blood components within the arterial wall. J Neurosurg 58 : 18 – 26 , 1983 Liszczak TM, Varsos VG, Black PM, et al: Cerebral arterial constriction after experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage is associated with blood components within the arterial wall. J Neurosurg 58: 18–26, 1983 10.3171/jns.1983.58.1.0018 23. Lobato RD , Marin J , Salaices M , et al : Cerebrovascular reactivity to noradrenaline and serotonin

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Microvascular pathological features of immediate perinidal parenchyma in cerebral arteriovenous malformations: giant bed capillaries

Walid Attia, Tsuyoshi Tada, Kazuhiro Hongo, Hisashi Nagashima, Toshiki Takemae, Yuichiro Tanaka, and Shigeaki Kobayashi

territories adjacent to arteriovenous malformations. Columbia University AVM Study Project. Neurosurgery 34: 601–611, 1994 33. Young WL , Prohovnik I , Ornstein E , et al : The effect of arteriovenous malformation resection on cerebrovascular reactivity to carbon dioxide. Neurosurgery 27 : 257 – 267 , 1990 Young WL, Prohovnik I, Ornstein E, et al: The effect of arteriovenous malformation resection on cerebrovascular reactivity to carbon dioxide. Neurosurgery 27: 257–267, 1990 10.1227/00006123-199008000-00015

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Effects of subarachnoid hemorrhage on vascular responses to calcitonin gene—related peptide and its related second messengers

Bernhard Sutter, Satoshi Suzuki, Adam S. Arthur, Neal F. Kassell, and Kevin S. Lee

, Butera L , et al : Calcitonin gene—related peptide stimulates cyclic AMP formation in rat aortic smooth muscle cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 132 : 88 – 164 , 1985 Kubota M, Moseley JM, Butera L, et al: Calcitonin gene—related peptide stimulates cyclic AMP formation in rat aortic smooth muscle cells. Biochem Biophys Res Commun 132: 88–164, 1985 15. Lobato RD , Marín J , Salaices M , et al : Cerebrovascular reactivity to noradrenaline and serotonin following experimental subarachnoid hemorrhage. J