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Seite: 7, Zeilen: 1-7
Quelle: Granz 2009
Seite(n): 10, 11, Zeilen: 10: figure; 11: 16-23
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Figure 2. A schematic pattern of propagation of spreading depression in human brain. Traces recorded from human tissues. Vertical propagation of spreading depression reveals a very slow velocity of DC-negative deflection recorded in human brain tissues obtained during epilepsy surgery.

B) SD and cerebrovascular diseases: SD was observed in patients suffering from brain ischemia/infarction, brain haemorrhage, and subarachnoid haemorrhage. The damage to cerebral tissue depends on a complex series of physiological responses and degenerative cellular cascades involving a dynamic interplay among the various cells in the region of damaged tissue. Experimental studies of focal ischemic stroke in animals and human support the concept that there is a core of severe ischemia, the ‘ischemic core’ which is surrounded by a region of [reduced perfusion, the ‘ischemic penumbra’.]

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Fig. 2: Above row: a schematic pattern of propagation of spreading depression in human brain. Lower row: Traces recorded from human tissues. Vertical propagation of spreading depression reveals a very slow velocity of DC-negative deflection.

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c) SD and cerebrovascular diseases

SD and cerebrovascular diseases: SD was observed in patients suffering from brain ischemia/infarction, brain haemorrhage, and subarachnoid haemorrhage. The damage to cerebral tissue depends on a complex series of physiological responses and degradative cellular cascades involving a dynamic interplay among the various cells in the region of damaged tissue. Experimental studies of focal ischemic stroke in animals and human support the concept that there is a core of severe ischemia, the ‘ischemic core’ which is surrounded by a region of reduced perfusion, the ‘ischemic penumbra’.

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