Positron Emission Tomography of the Brain: In Vivo Techniques for Studying Cerebrovascular Pathophysiology. Some Features of the Functional Anatomy of Human Cerebral Blood Vessels. Neural Pathways to the Cerebral Circulation in Human. Neuropeptides in Human Cerebral Arteries: Occurrence, Characterization, and Receptors. Norepinephrine and Neuropeptide Y as Neurotransmitters to Cerebral Arteries. Putative Transmitters in Cerebral Neurogenic Vasodilation. Is There a Neurogenic Influence on the Diameter of Human Small Pial Arteries? Autonomic Receptors in Human Brain Arteries. Cholinergic Receptors in Human Brain Arteries and Microvessels: Alterations in Alzheimer's Disease. Peptide Receptors in Human Brain Arteries. Ion Channels in Cerebral Arteries. A Comparison of the Properties of EDRF, Nitric Oxide, and S-Nitrosocysteine. Endothelium-Dependent Contraction of Cerebral Arteries. Myogenic (Stretch-Induced) and Flow-Regulated Tone of Human Pial Arteries. Mechanisms of Hypoxic and Hypercapnic Cerebral Vasodilitation. Regulation of Pituitary Circulation. Aspects of the Choroid Plexus-Cerebrospinal Fluid System. Collateral Pial Arteries. The Intracerebral Circulation. Cerebral Circulation of the Fetus and Newborn. Functional Changes in the Aging Cerebrovasculature. Species Differences in Pial Functional Characteristics. Regulation of the Circulation of the Brain: A Systemic Approach. Vascular Tissue Preservation Techniques. In Vitro Small Artery Methodology. Molecular Aspects of Endothelial Function in Hemostasis, Inflammation, and Thrombosis. The Role of 21-Aminosteroids in Cerebral Ischemia and Reperfusion. Therapeutic Potential of L-Arginine, a Precursor of Nitric Oxide, in Focal Cerebral Ischemia. Acute Vasospasm and Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: Role of Protein Kinase C. Chronic Cerebrovasospasm: Role of Increased Vascular Wall Rigidity. Feeding Artery Rigidity and Hemodynamics of Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations. Effects of Acute Hypertension on Pial Artery Tone. Changes in the Cerebral Circulation in Chronic Hypertension. Can Vascular Headaches Be Triggered by the Autonomic Nervous System? Importance of Cerebrovascular Receptors in Cluster Headache. Index.
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