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Neurovascular Coupling Methods

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Neurovascular Coupling Methods

With chapters written by some of the most prominent neuroscientists in the field, "Neurovascular Coupling Methods" describes techniques in measuring blood flow in the brain in both healthy and diseased patients. Chapters cover techniques in:

  • normal somatosensory processing
  • normal visual processing
  • epilepsy
  • cerebrovascular diseases, including ischemia, hemorrhage, and spreading depression

 

"Neurovascular Coupling Methods" will provide critical guidance for researchers investigating new brain mapping techniques and exploring the role of neurovascular coupling in language and memory.

For more information, or to order online, visit the Springer site.

Publication Name: 
Springer Neuromethods: Neurovascular Coupling Methods
Authors: 
Theodore Schwartz, MD; Mingrui Zhao, PhD; Hongtao Ma, PhD