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Responsiveness of the cortex and visual pathway during transient hypotension
A. N. Nicholson
by Ministry, of Defence, Air Force Dept. in [London]
|Statement||by A. N. Nicholson, W. D. Macnamara and R. G. Borland.|
|Series||Flying Personnel Research Committee. FPRC/1281|
|Contributions||Macnamara, W. D., joint author., Borland, R. G., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RC1050 .G7 no. 1281|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||337|
|LC Control Number||70512669|
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Orthostatic hypotension is a manifestation of abnormal BP regulation due to various conditions, not a specific disorder. Evidence increasingly suggests that disorders of postural hemodynamic control increase risk of cardiovascular disease and all-cause mortality. The Visual Cortex Much of the primate cortex is devoted to visual processing. In the macaque monkey at least 50% of the neocortex appears to be directly involved in vision, with over twenty distinct areas. Some of the areas concerned are quite well understood, others are still a complete mystery. The first five visual areas are labelled in the.
in neurons of the primary visual cortex (V1), particularly in layers 4B and 4C. Both layers are part of the pathway pro-jecting from the magnocellular layers of the LGN (reviewed in Ref. 30). The magnocellular pathway is insensitive to color and to stationary contours, but makes brisk, transient File Size: KB. The transient FLAIR changes seen in the MRI following the episode of acute hydrocephalus may have contributed to her presentation of Parinaud syndrome and decreased visual acuity on that occasion. However, they fail to explain previous and ongoing presentations of Parinaud syndrome and blurred vision without the FLAIR abnormality.
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The intraocular pressure of the cat has been measured during transient hypotension induced by withdrawal of blood from the aorta.
The percentage fall Cited by: 6. During severe falls in blood pressure prolonged depression of the electrocorticogram was present, but no over-all correlation between changes in evoked and spontaneous activity could be established.
It is tentatively suggested that during hypotension the maintenance of consciousness may be related to enhanced thalamo-cortical by: 6. Electroencephalogr Clin Neurophysiol.
Oct;25(4) Responsivenessof the cortex and visual pathway during transient hypotension. Nicholson AN, Macnamara WD, Borland by: 6. Responsiveness in the visual system during various phases of sleep and waking Experimental Neurology, Vol.
11, No. 1 Modulation of visual input by pupillary mechanismsCited by: The intraocular pressure of the cat has been measured during transient hypotension induced by withdrawal of blood from the aorta.
We tested the hypothesis that alpha-adrenergic responsiveness in the forearm and leg vasculatures is blunted during postexercise hypotension.
Harbig, K., and Reivich, M.: “In vivo measurements of pyridine nucleotide fluorescence from the cat brain cortex.” Nicholson, A. N., MacNamara, W. D., and Borland, R. G.: “Responsiveness of the cortex and visual pathway during transient hypotension.” The Effect of Ischemia on the Pyridine Nucleotide Redox State of the Cerebral Cited by: Increased connectivity in right fronto‐visual networks after stimulation of the left dorsolateral prefrontal cortex resulted in faster task performance in the context of distractors.
Our findings show clear laterality effects in theta oscillatory activity along prefrontal–visual cortical pathways during visual.
Abstract. The pathophysiology of increased intracranial pressure most often involves some form of cerebral hypoxia.
Since the clinical value of monitoring intracranial pressure in neurosurgical patients is well established (12), we felt it important to correlate electrophysiologic evidence of cerebral dysfunction with the effect of increased intracranial pressure on both the cerebral perfusion Cited by: 6.
Orthostatic hypotension is a significant medical problem associated with substantial morbidity and mortality, particularly in the elderly. For early detection, any patient with presyncopal symptoms exacerbated by postural changes, a history of falls or syncope should undergo measurements of orthostatic vital signs during routine clinical by: Transient monocular visual loss is often referred to as amaurosis fugax, irrespective of the cause.
However, it is more accurate to reserve the term amaurosis fugax for episodes of transient monocular blindness resulting from ischemia of the ocular vessels. A vertebrobasilar disturbance may cause a visual transient ischemic attack (TIA). 64 • Septic shock is defined as a subset of sepsis in which underlying circulatory and cellular metabolism abnormalities are profound enough to substantially increase mortality • Patients with septic shock can be identified with a clinical construct of sepsis with persisting hypotension requiring vasopressors to maintain MAP ≥65 mm Hg and.
The architecture of the RAAS System is similar to a cascade with each component stimulating the generation of the next component in the pathway.
Although synthesis of aldosterone is the final step in the RAAS cascade, the intermediate component Angiotensin II also has potent physiological effects as discussed in the next section. Approach to vision loss • Is the visual loss monocular/ binocular.
Monocular vision loss: abnormality in the eye itself or in the optic nerve anterior to the chiasm Binocular vision loss result from bilateral anterior lesions or more likely chiasmal / retrochiasmal lesion • Is the visual loss transient.
Back to article. Hal Blumenfeld, Yale University School of Medicine The book can be ordered through the Sinauer Associates website. Sample content is also available on that page.
About the Book. Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases brings a pioneering interactive approach to the teaching of neuroanatomy, using over actual clinical cases and high-quality radiologic images to bring the. By contrast, the major cortical pathway relaying visual input to the amygdala — starting from the V1 and terminating in the inferotemporal cortex that provides the direct connection to the Cited by: Neuroanatomy through Clinical Cases.
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The second edition is fully updated with the latest. Spinal cord injury (SCI) is a devastating medical condition affecting up to individuals per million people in North America alone. 1 In addition to the motor and sensory deficits associated Cited by: Area TE of the inferotemporal cortex represents the final purely visual stage of the occipitotemporal pathway, which is thought to be essential for visual object recognition.
The occipitotemporal pathway starts at the primary visual cortex Cited by: Doctors help you with trusted information about Hypertension in Hypertension: Dr. Rasak on what is the meaning of transient hypertension: It is a high blood pressure event which resolves back to normotension, we all occassionally will have something that will cause it, like perhaps running into a grizzly bear on a hike.
If it happens a lot, chances are you need treatment for hypertension. Brain death. Complete cessation of brain function including function of the cortex and the brainstem- flat EEG.
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The second edition is fully updated with the latest advances in the field, and includes several exciting new cases.HYPOVOLEMIA INDUCED ORTHOSTATIC HYPOTENSION IN PRESYNCOPAL ASTRONAUTS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS RELATES TO HYPO-SYMPATHETIC RESPONSIVENESS Janice V.
Meck1, Michael B. Stenger2, Steven H. Platts3, Shang-Jin Shi2, Sondra A. Perez2 and Michael G. Ziegler4 1Human Adaptation and Countermeasures Division, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX; .