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- The spreading of a self-propagating wave of cellular depolarization in the cerebral cortex.
- The spreadin g of a wave of ischemia passing through an area of cortex.
- The spreading of a wave of vasoconstriction following vasodilation of contiguous cortical arterioles.
The spreading depression wave progresses across the cortex at approximately 3.6 mm/minute.
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- ↑ Leão AAP (1944). "Spreading depression of activity in the cerebral cortex". J Neurophysiol 7, 359-390.
- ↑ Porooshani H, Porooshani GH, Gannon L, & Kyle GM (2004). "Speed of progression of migrainous visual aura measured by sequential field assessment". Neuro-Ophthalmology 28(2), 101-105.
- MeSH Spreading+Cortical+Depression
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