Central Neurogenic Hyperventilation

What is central neurogenic hyperventilation?

Central neurogenic hyperventilation is a sustained, rapid, deep hyperpnea.

What causes central neurogenic hyperventilation? 

It is produced by lesions in the low midbrain to upper one-third of the pons.


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