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Brain blood-flow changes during motion sicknessThe possibility of diminished blood flow in the brain is studied as one of the factors resulting from an increase in skeletal muscle blood volume concomitant with other characteristics of motion sickness. Thermistors are implanted in the thalamus of dogs and blood flow changes are recorded while they are subjected to sinusoidal movement on a two pole swing. Results of these initial steps in a proposed long term exploration of different areas of the brain are presented.
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Conference Paper
Johnson, W. H.
(Toronto Univ. Ontario)
Hsuen, J.
(Toronto Univ. Ontario)
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August 7, 2013
Publication Date
January 1, 1973
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Publication: NASA, Washington Fifth Symp. on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration
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Work of the US Gov. Public Use Permitted.

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IDRelationTitle19740010641Analytic PrimaryFifth Symposium on the Role of the Vestibular Organs in Space Exploration
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