In the regulation of blood flow in or to the brain ____. Group of answer choices The large blood vessels of the brain are the most at risk of damage due to high blood pressure An increase in the pH of the cerebrospinal fluid would result in vasodilation Hyperemia in specific areas of the brain would result from an increase in metabolic activity in those areas An increase in blood pressure in the brain results in vasodilation of blood vessels

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In the regulation of blood flow in or to the brain ____.

Group of answer choices

The large blood vessels of the brain are the most at risk of damage due to high blood pressure

An increase in the pH of the cerebrospinal fluid would result in vasodilation

Hyperemia in specific areas of the brain would result from an increase in metabolic activity in those areas

An increase in blood pressure in the brain results in vasodilation of blood vessels

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