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RAPID CHANGES IN THE O2 TENSION OF CEREBRAL CORTEX DURING INDUCED CONVULSIONS
E. W. DAVIS; W. S. MCCULLOCH; E. ROSEMAN
Am J Psychiatry 1944;100:825-829.
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Assistant in Neurological Surgery., The Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of Illinois College of Medicine.

The Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of Illinois College of Medicine.

Rockefeller Fellow, and Research Assistant in Psychiatry., The Illinois Neuropsychiatric Institute, University of Illinois College of Medicine.

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A relative anoxia of the cerebral cortex occurs before, during and after convulsions induced electrically or by a variety of drugs. This relative anoxia is believed to be caused by increased cerebral metabolism.

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