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Mesh-like Network of Arteries Adjusts to Restore Blood Flow to Stroke-injured Brain


January 30, 2009

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A grid of small arteries at the surface of the brain redirects flow and widens at critical points to restore blood supply to tissue starved of nutrients and oxygen following a stroke, a study published this week has found. Full Story

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University of California, San Diego

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