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Autonomic and neurohumoral control of the cerebral circulation 

Autonomic and neurohumoral control of the cerebral circulation
Autonomic and neurohumoral control of the cerebral circulation

Michael A. Moskowitz

, Melanie C. Sharp

, and Robert Macfarlane

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date: 10 April 2020

Sensory and autonomic nerves influence cerebral blood flow under a variety of pathological conditions.

The sensory innervation to the cranium (the trigeminovascular system) has a central role to play in many types of headache.

Neurotransmitter release from sensory nerve endings in the dura mater causes neurogenic inflammation in the dura mater....

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