Rheoencephalography

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Rheoencephalography (REG) a technique[1] of continuous registration of cerebral blood flow. An electronic device called a rheoencephalograph is used in rheoencephalography.[2] Electrodes are attached to the cranium at specific points on the head and allow the device to continuously measure the electrical conductivity of the tissue located between the electrodes. A rheoencephalograph is also used for brain blood flow biofeedback.[3]

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  1. ^ Lifshitz, Kenneth M.D., Rheoencephalography: I. Review of the Technique, Journal of Nervous & Mental Disease, April 1963, Volume 136, Issue 4, ppg 388-398
  2. ^ Jenkner, F. L. Reoentsefalografiia. Moscow, 1966.
  3. ^ Tokarev V.E. "The Use of REG Biofeedback in Occupational Medicine", 26th Annual Meeting of Association of Applied Psychophysiology and Biofeedback, Cincinnati, USA, 1995