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Cerebral Metabolism.

A. Ritter, C. Robertson
Published 1994 · Medicine

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An intricate relationship normally exists between cerebral metabolism and energy substrate supply because of the brain's high substrate demand and limited storage capacity. In head-injured patients, this balance can be disrupted. The brain parenchyma directly involved by the injury is hypometabolic in respect to glucose and oxygen, whereas peri-injury tissue may have an elevated metabolic rate.



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