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The significance of the fibrinogen level and hematocrit for the quantitative determination of cerebral blood flow



The significance of the fibrinogen level and hematocrit for the quantitative determination of cerebral blood flow



Vrachebnoe Delo 1990(5): 40-42



The author studied the diagnostic possibilities of determination of the cerebral blood flow by means of blood viscosity parameters (fibrinogen and hematocrit) in 46 patients with ischemic stroke. It was found that this method allows to reveal the direction of hemodynamic changes in the cerebral vessels but it does not allow to assess the amount of blood entering the brain hemispheres.

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