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31C. ) temperature that is higher than that of the trunk. , 2000) and the thermodynamic response of the brain is, as mentioned, of special interest because the brain temperature appears to be a dominant factor affecting motor activity. , 1986). 0 Control Hyperthermia Fig. 5. Rate of cerebral heat production, heat removal via the jugular venous blood (lower, black segment) and heat storage (upper segment of the bar) during exercise with a normal temperature response (control) and exercise with progressive hyperthermia (see Fig.
Neurobiology of Hypothermia [Prog in Brain Research Vol 162] by H. Sharma