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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Since the subject of surgery for carotid artery occlusive disease is too broad to be covered in its entirety, we will dwell primarily on some results of cerebral blood flow measurements and electroencephalograms performed during this procedure, their meaning and relationship to states of cerebral ischemia, and some controversial aspects of the surgery. An understanding of cerebral hemodynamics and the tolerance of neural tissue to ischemia is of major importance to any surgeon or physician dealing with this illness.
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