adult patients with locally recurrent or locoregional solid malignancies, as a component of palliative or adjunctive regional perfusion
Antibiotic intravenous regional perfusion
therapy is used frequently in humans and other species to treat infections of the distal extremities, but it has not been evaluated in seabirds.
Decrease in SVR can have negative effect on regional perfusion
and causes hypotension induced cerebral, renal, intestinal and uterine ischaemia.
Results indicated statistically significant relationships between the Omega-3 index, regional perfusion
on brain SPECT in areas involved with memory, and neurocognitive testing.
Pulsed star labeling of arterial regions (PULSAR): a robust regional perfusion
technique for high field imaging.
Various methods are used to perform regional hyperthermia such as regional perfusion
and in this technique nottoo much high temperature is required.
Dynamic susceptibility-contrast-enhanced T2*-weighted MRI (DSCMRI) has been used successfully to index regional perfusion
Furthermore, impaired regional perfusion
of the liver was detected.
Direct examination of cerebral blood low is coupled with computational assessment of regional perfusion
. Coregistration allows potential differentiation of marginally viable penumbral tissue from dense ischemic core.
THE QUANTITATIVE DATA OF PERFUSION SCINTIGRAPHY IN PERCENTAGE IN THE CONTROL GROUP OF THE INVESTIGATED PEOPLE (N=10; M [+ or -] M) Regional perfusion
Lung Upper zone Middle zone Right 14.52 [+ or -] 0,71 24.91 [+ or -] 0.39 Left 13.96 [+ or -] 0,56 23.19 [+ or -] 0.74 Regional perfusion
Lung Lower zone All lung Right 17.63 [+ or -] 0.56 57.26 [+ or -] 0.75 Left 15.93 [+ or -] 0.73 55.08 [+ or -] 0.73 TABLE 2.
Regions of interest (ROIs) were declared hypoperfused or hyperperfused if their percentage perfusion values relative to the average perfusion per pixel of the whole slice under evaluation did not fall within + 2 standard deviation (SD) of the mean regional perfusion
in the corresponding ROI, in the normal control group.
This is an interesting concept, which I may use in place of a reported regional perfusion