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Table 2 Regional cerebral blood flow 48 hours post subarachnoid hemorrhage

From: Inhibition of cerebrovascular raf activation attenuates cerebral blood flow and prevents upregulation of contractile receptors after subarachnoid hemorrhage

  Control SAH SAH + SB386023-b
after 0 hours
SAH + SB386023-b
after 6 hours
frontal cortex 141 ± 16a 75 ± 20a, b 132 ± 17b 135 ± 19b
parietal cortex 169 ± 30a 68 ± 14a, b 141 ± 28b 132 ± 30b
occiptal cortex 137 ± 17a 67 ± 21a, b 141 ± 20b 155 ± 21b
caudate putamen 131 ± 17a 71 ± 20a, b 129 ± 16b 142 ± 18b
Septum 115 ± 24a 60 ± 20a, b 104 ± 18 128 ± 20b
hippocampus 147 ± 25a 52 ± 11a, b 88 ± 13b 85 ± 20b
Thalamus 120 ± 16a 64 ± 16a, b 124 ± 17b 136 ± 15b
Hypothalamus 107 ± 20 55 ± 16b 95 ± 9 127 ± 15b
Corpus callosum 80 ± 19 41 ± 18 57 ± 14 87 ± 14
sensorimotor cortex 164 ± 27 74 ± 20 134 ± 15b 140 ± 17b
superiour colliculus 197 ± 27a 70 ± 20a, b 121 ± 12b 130 ± 17b
inferior colliculus 122 ± 5a 71 ± 19a, b 134 ± 21b 67 ± 21b
cerebellar cortex 127 ± 25a 53 ± 14a, b 116 ± 25b 135 ± 27b
dentate nucleus 133 ± 20a 53 ± 14a, b 127 ± 17b 114 ± 20b
facial nucleus 170 ± 31a 70 ± 21a, b 156 ± 32b 131 ± 30b
cochlear nucleus 150 ± 30a 54 ± 15a, b 150 ± 21b 119 ± 25b
vestibular nucleus 153 ± 18a 75 ± 23a, b 167 ± 22b 130 ± 20b
trigeminal nucleus 154 ± 22a 65 ± 19a, b 149 ± 22b 124 ± 23b
  1. Values are expressed in ml/min/100 g and given as mean ± s.e.m. a = significant difference between SAH and control groups, b = significant difference between SAH and SAH treated with SB386023-b 0 hr and 6 hr post SAH.