Retrograde cerebral perfusion: experimental approach to brain oedema

Oshikiri, N.; Watanabe, T.; Saitou, H.; Iijima, Y.; Minowa, T.; Inui, K.; Shimazaki, Y.
July 1999
Perfusion;1999, Vol. 14 Issue 4, p257
Academic Journal
Presents information on a study that examined an experimental approach to brain oedema using retrograde cerebral perfusion. Methodology; Results of the clinical trials; Limitations of the study.


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