During maximal exercise frontal lobe oxygenation decreases despite elevation in middle cerebral artery flow velocity

Rasmus Kopp Hansen, Peter Nielsen, Markus Wendt Schelske, Niels Secher, Stefanos Volianitis

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Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationBook of abstracts from 'Physiology 2019'
Number of pages1
Publication date2019
Pages160
Article numberC058
Publication statusPublished - 2019
EventPhysiology 2019 - Aberdeen, United Kingdom
Duration: 8 Jul 201910 Jul 2019

Conference

ConferencePhysiology 2019
CountryUnited Kingdom
CityAberdeen
Period08/07/201910/07/2019

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Hansen, R. K., Nielsen, P., Schelske, M. W., Secher, N., & Volianitis, S. (2019). During maximal exercise frontal lobe oxygenation decreases despite elevation in middle cerebral artery flow velocity. In Book of abstracts from 'Physiology 2019' (pp. 160). [C058]
Hansen, Rasmus Kopp ; Nielsen, Peter ; Schelske, Markus Wendt ; Secher, Niels ; Volianitis, Stefanos. / During maximal exercise frontal lobe oxygenation decreases despite elevation in middle cerebral artery flow velocity. Book of abstracts from 'Physiology 2019'. 2019. pp. 160
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During maximal exercise frontal lobe oxygenation decreases despite elevation in middle cerebral artery flow velocity. / Hansen, Rasmus Kopp; Nielsen, Peter; Schelske, Markus Wendt; Secher, Niels; Volianitis, Stefanos.

Book of abstracts from 'Physiology 2019'. 2019. p. 160 C058.

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Hansen RK, Nielsen P, Schelske MW, Secher N, Volianitis S. During maximal exercise frontal lobe oxygenation decreases despite elevation in middle cerebral artery flow velocity. In Book of abstracts from 'Physiology 2019'. 2019. p. 160. C058