Published in Cardiovascular Week, September 12th, 2005
According to scientists writing in the The Journal of Comparative Neurology, "Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (CCHS) patients exhibit compromised autonomic regulation, reduced breathing drive during sleep, diminished ventilatory responses to chemoreceptor stimulation, and diminished air hunger perception. The syndrome provides an opportunity to partition neural processes regulating breathing and cardiovascular action."
R. Kumar and colleagues of the University of California at Los Angeles explained, "No obvious lesions appear with conventional magnetic resonance...
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