The author of this book began his research into the The results of investigations of the cerebral normal and pathological physiology of the circula- circulation conducted in the author's laboratory and tion in the 1940s. This research followed two main described in this book could never have been ob- lines: to begin with it was devoted to general prob- tained without the tremendous efforts of all its staff, lems of the microcirculation, generalized in the as well as those of speCialists from the Institute of monograph "The Capillary Circulation" (Georgian PhYSiology, Georgian Academy of Sciences and other Academy of Sciences, Tbilisi, 1958), while later it scientific institutions in Tbilisi who have collabo- was concerned with the regulation and disturbances rated with me. Among these I should like to men- of the cerebral circulation. Ten years of experi- tion especially R. V. Antia, D. G. Baramidze, N. P. mental research in this field on animals yielded Mitagvaria, L. S. Nikolaishvili and L. G. Ormo- much new information of considerable interest both tsadze (Department of Pathophysiology and Mor- to investigators working in the field of the regional phology of this Institute), G.
V. Amashukeli (Georg- circulation and microcirculation, and also to physi- ian Postgraduate Medical Institute), V. A. Akhobadze cians meeting with cerebrovascular distrubances (M. D. Tsinamzgvrishvili Institute of Experimental in their daily practice.
Publisher: Springer-Verlag New York Inc.
Number of pages: 119
Weight: 333 g
Dimensions: 279 x 210 x 7 mm
Edition: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 197