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2015 — Assessment of Cerebrovascular Autoregulation Using Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Surgically Managed Brain Trauma Patients

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2014 – Post-traumatic multimodal brain monitoring: response to hypertonic saline

C. Dias, M. J. Silva, E. Pereira, S. Silva, A. Cerejo, P. Smieleweski, A. P. Rocha, A. R. Gaio, J.-A. Paiva, and M. Czosnyka, “A Novel Use of Transfer Function Estimation for Early Assessment of Brain Injury Outcome,” J. Neurotrauma.,no. ja, 2014.

2014 – Is local hypoperfusion the reason for transient neurological deficits after STA-MCA bypass for moyamoya disease?

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2014 — Brain Tissue Perfusion Monitoring

L. Panczykowski, David M. MD Shutter, “Brain Tissue Perfusion Monitoring,” in Neurocritical Care Monitoring, C. M. Miller and M. T. Torbey, Eds. Demos Medical Publishing, 2014, p. 59.

2014 — Inverse neurovascular coupling to cortical spreading depolarizations in severe brain trauma

J. M. Hinzman, N. Andaluz, L. A. Shutter, D. O. Okonkwo, C. Pahl, A. J. Strong, J. P. Dreier, and J. A. Hartings, “Inverse neurovascular coupling to cortical spreading depolarizations in severe brain trauma,” Brain, p. awu241, 2014.