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1.

Regional, segmental, and temporal heterogeneity of cerebral vascular autoregulation.

Baumbach GL, Heistad DD.

Ann Biomed Eng. 1985;13(3-4):303-10. Review.

PMID:
3898928
2.

Segmental vascular responses to acute hypertension in cerebrum and brain stem.

Faraci FM, Mayhan WG, Heistad DD.

Am J Physiol. 1987 Apr;252(4 Pt 2):H738-42.

PMID:
3565591
3.

Changes in arterioles, arteries, and local perfusion of the brain stem during hemorrhagic hypertension.

Toyoda K, Fujii K, Ibayashi S, Sadoshima S, Fujishima M.

Am J Physiol. 1996 Apr;270(4 Pt 2):H1350-4.

PMID:
8967375
4.

Cerebrovascular transmural pressure and autoregulation.

Wagner EM, Traystman RJ.

Ann Biomed Eng. 1985;13(3-4):311-20.

PMID:
4037460
5.

Oxygen-dependent mechanisms in cerebral autoregulation.

Kontos HA, Wei EP.

Ann Biomed Eng. 1985;13(3-4):329-34.

PMID:
4037462
6.

The role of adenosine in autoregulation of cerebral blood flow.

Winn HR, Morii S, Berne RM.

Ann Biomed Eng. 1985;13(3-4):321-8.

PMID:
4037461
7.

Effects of arginine vasopressin on cerebral microvascular pressure.

Faraci FM, Mayhan WG, Schmid PG, Heistad DD.

Am J Physiol. 1988 Jul;255(1 Pt 2):H70-6.

PMID:
3394828
8.

Disruption of the blood-brain barrier in cerebrum and brain stem during acute hypertension.

Mayhan WG, Faraci FM, Heistad DD.

Am J Physiol. 1986 Dec;251(6 Pt 2):H1171-5.

PMID:
3098113
9.

Arterial and microvascular contributions to cerebral cortical autoregulation in rats.

Harper SL, Bohlen HG, Rubin MJ.

Am J Physiol. 1984 Jan;246(1 Pt 2):H17-24.

PMID:
6696087
10.

Heterogeneity of brain blood flow and permeability during acute hypertension.

Baumbach GL, Heistad DD.

Am J Physiol. 1985 Sep;249(3 Pt 2):H629-37.

PMID:
3929626
11.

Responses of cerebral arteries and arterioles to acute hypotension and hypertension.

Kontos HA, Wei EP, Navari RM, Levasseur JE, Rosenblum WI, Patterson JL Jr.

Am J Physiol. 1978 Apr;234(4):H371-83.

PMID:
645875
12.

Transient response of glomerular filtration rate and renal blood flow to step changes in arterial pressure.

Jackson TE, Guyton AC, Hall JE.

Am J Physiol. 1977 Nov;233(5):F396-402.

PMID:
920809
14.

Cerebral circulation under normal and pathologic conditions.

Paulson OB, Waldemar G, Schmidt JF, Strandgaard S.

Am J Cardiol. 1989 Feb 2;63(6):2C-5C. Review.

PMID:
2643850
15.

Variability in the magnitude of the cerebral blood flow response and the shape of the cerebral blood flow-pressure autoregulation curve during hypotension in normal rats [corrected].

Jones SC, Radinsky CR, Furlan AJ, Chyatte D, Qu Y, Easley KA, Perez-Trepichio AD.

Anesthesiology. 2002 Aug;97(2):488-96. Erratum in: Anesthesiology 2002 Nov;97(5):1332.

PMID:
12151941
16.

Pial vessel caliber and cerebral blood flow during hemorrhage and hypercapnia in the rabbit.

Tuor UI, Farrar JK.

Am J Physiol. 1984 Jul;247(1 Pt 2):H40-51.

PMID:
6742212
17.

Multimodality monitoring during passive tilt and Valsalva maneuver under hypercapnia.

Hetzel A, Braune S, Guschlbauer B, Dohms K, Prasse A, L├╝cking CH.

J Neuroimaging. 1999 Apr;9(2):108-12.

PMID:
10208109
18.

Mathematical considerations for modeling cerebral blood flow autoregulation to systemic arterial pressure.

Gao E, Young WL, Pile-Spellman J, Ornstein E, Ma Q.

Am J Physiol. 1998 Mar;274(3 Pt 2):H1023-31. Review.

20.

A cellular mechanism for myogenic regulation of cat cerebral arteries.

Harder DR.

Ann Biomed Eng. 1985;13(3-4):335-9.

PMID:
4037463
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