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Annual Review of Hydrocephalus

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Bei diesem Buch handelt es sich um eine Zusammenstellung zahlreicher Artikelund Beitr{ge, die 1989 in diversen neurologischen Fachzeitschriften und B}chern zum Thema "Hydrozephalus" erschienen sind.

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(1) Magnetic Resonance Imaging of Silastic-Induced Canine Hydrocephalus.- (2) Age-dependent Changes of Cerebral Ventricular Size. Part I: Review of intracranial fluid collections.- (3) Porencephaly and Hydranencephaly: A neuropathological study of four autopsy cases.- (4) Immunohistochemical Evaluation of Neuronal Maturation in Untreated Fetal Hydrocephalus.- (5) Quantitative Fatty Acid Composition of Cerebrospinal Fluid in Hydrocephalic Children with Remarkable Ventricular Dilatation.- (6) Effects of Hydrocephalus and Surgical Decompression on Cortical Norepinephrine Levels in Neonatal Cats.- (7) A Technique for Placing Ventriculoperitoneal Shunts in a Neonatal Model of Hydrocephalus.- (8) Prenatal CSF Shunt Procedure for Fetal Hydrocephalus: Animal experimental model-Pressure dynamics of intrauterine hydrocephalus and Fetus Ventriculo-Mater Peritoneal Shunt (FV-MP shunt)-.- (9) Therapeutic Criteria in Hydrocephalic Children.- (1) Hydrocephalus-Induced Changes in the Composition of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- (2) The Importance of "Accessory" Outflow Pathways in Hydrocephalus after Experimental Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (3) Measurement of the CSF Velocity Using Cine-mode MRI.- (4) MRI of CSF Flow in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (5) Regional Cerebral Blood Flow after V-P Shunt in Hydrocephalic Children.- (6) Cerebral Perfusion Pressure and Nett Cerebral Mean Transit Time in Childhood Hydrocephalus.- (7) Cerebral Hemodynamics and Functional Prognosis in Hydrocephalus.- (8) Pulse Amplitude and Volume-pressure Relationships in Experimental Hydrocephalus.- (9) A Case with Chronic Renal Hemodialysis and Intracranial Hypertension: A study on CSF dynamics.- (10) The Role of Cerebrospinal Compensatory Parameters in the Estimation of Implanted Shunt System in Patients with Communicating Hydrocephalus: Preliminary report.- (11) The Use of Intraventricular Resorption Test (IVT) in the Management of Hydrocephalic Children.- (12) Relationship Between Compliance and Resistance to Out-flow of CSF in Adult Hydrocephalus.- (13) Progressive Unilateral Hydrocephalus in Adults.- (1) Identical Twins with Idiopathic External Hydrocephalus.- (2) Association of von Recklinghausen's Neurofibromatosis and Aqueduct Stenosis.- (3) An Apparently New Autosomal Recessive Syndrome with Facial Dysmorphism, Macrocephaly, Myopia and Dandy-Walker Malformation.- (4) Cerebral Ventricular Enlargement Relates to Neuropsychological Measures in Unselected AIDS Patients.- (5) Bobble-head Doll Syndrome Associated with the Iii Ventricular Cyst: Three cases in children 7 years after CVP or CVA shunting.- (1) MR-Gated Intracranial CSF Dynamics: Evaluation of CSF pulsatile flow.- (2) Variation of Lateral Ventricular Volume During the Cardiac Cycle Observed by MR Imaging.- (3) MRI as the Primary Diagnostic Instrument in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus?.- (4) Antenatal Detection of Congenital Malformations by Routine Ultrasonography.- (5) Pre-natal Intracranial Haemorrhage.- (6) Morphological Evaluation of Fetus CNS and Its Related Anomalies: The advantages and limitations of prenatal diagnosis by means of MRI·US·CT.- (1) Lumboperitoneal Shunt for the Treatment of Postoperative Persistent Collection of Subcutaneous Cerebrospinal Fluid (Pseudomeningocele).- (2) Percutaneous Insertion of CSF Ventriculoatrial Shunts: A new technique-Technical note.- (3) A New, Curved Catheter for Ventriculoperitoneal Shunting: Technical note.- (4) The Shunt Flow in Programmable Pressure Valve.- (5) Scintigraphic Study of CSF Shunts' Patency.- (6) Thermosensitive Determination of Patency in Lumboperitoneal Shunts: Technical note.- (7) Isotope Transport Studies and Shunt Pressure Measurements as a Guide to Shunt Function.- (8) Analysis of CSF Flow Through LP Shunt During Change of Posture.- (9) Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunts: Flow measurements with MR Imaging.- (10) MR Visualization of CSF Flow Through a Ventriculo-cisternostomy.- (11) Hydrocephalus in Premature Infants: Characteristics and therapeutic problems.- (12) Reversible Porencephaly Associated with Shunt Malfunction.- (13) Low Pressure Hydrocephalus after Shunt Revision: Postrevisional low pressure hydrocephalus.- (14) The Incidence and Management of the Slit Ventricle Syndrome.- (15) The Complication of Ascites in Hydrocephalus.- (16) Craniofacial Morphology in Untreated and Shunt-treated Hydrocephalic Children.- (17) New Clinical Phase in Intrauterine Diagnosis and Therapeutic Modalities of CNS Anomalies.- (18) Hydrocephalus: Antenatal detection and neonatal neurosurgical management.- (19) Antenatal Detection of Developing Nervous System Abnormalities and Perinatal Surgical Management.- (1) Age-Related Changes of Cerebral Ventricular Size. Part II: Normalization of ventricular size following shunting.- (2) The Changing Panorama of Infantile Hydrocephalus and Cerebral Palsy Over Forty Years: A Swedish survey.- (1) Evaluation of Adverse Criteria for Spina Bifida Cystica from a Prognostic Point of View.- (2) Long-term Follow-up Results of Infants with Myelomeningocele.- (3) Symptomatic Chiari Malformation Associated with Cranium Bifidum.- (4) Coexistence of Dandy-Walker Syndrome and Down's Syndrome.- (5) A Case of Holoprosencephaly Associated with Dandy-Walker Cyst: A long-term follow-up.- (6) Holoprosencephaly Associated with Dandy-Walker Syndrome: Report of two autopsy cases.- (7) A Case of Holoprosencephaly with a Large Parietal Meningocele-like Cyst.- (8) Holoprosencephaly, Ear Abnormalities, Congenital Heart Defect, and Microphallus in a Patient with 11q-Mosaicism.- (9) Congenital Unilateral Hydrocephalus.- (10) Congenital Toxoplasmosis in Identical Twins.- (11) Hydrocephalus in Achondroplasia: The possible role of intracranial venous hypertension.- (12) Hydrocephalus in Crouzon's Syndrome.- (13) Cloverleaf Skull Syndrome with Occipital Bone Cristae.- (14) MR Imaging of Aqueductal Stenosis Due to Tectal Region Tumors.- (15) A Case of Primary Malignant Lymphoma of the Brain Associated with Acute Hydrocephalus.- (16) Management of Posthaemorrhagic Hydrocephalus with a Subcutaneous Ventricular Catheter Reservoir in Premature Infants.- (17) Factors Associated with Hydrocephalus after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage: A report of the cooperative aneurysm study.- (18) Cerebrospinal Fluid Pressure in Pyrogenic Meningitis.- (19) Risk Factors for the Syndrome of Ventricular Enlargement with Gait Apraxia (Idiopathic Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus): A case-control study.- (20) Transcranial Doppler Sonographic Identification of a Subgroup of Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus with Coexistent Vascular Disease and Treatment Failure.- (21) Hemodynamic and Metabolic Studies of Patients with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Using Positron Emission Tomography.- (22) Regional Cerebral Blood Flow and Oxygen Metabolism in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (23) Computed Tomography of the Brain in the Diagnosis of and Prognosis in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (24) Ultrastructure of the Human Posttraumatic Syrinx.- (25) Hydrodynamic Study of Syringomyelia by Mri and Intraoperative Ultrasonography.- (26) Syringomyelia Extending to the Basal Ganglia: Case report.- (27) Multicystic Syringomyelia Treated with a Single, Non-valved Syringoperitoneal Shunt: Fast and near-complete MRI normalization.- (28) Cordectomy for Syringobulbo-Myelia with Sleep Apnea Secondary to a Spinal Extramedullary Tumor: Case report.- (29) Treatment of Syringomyelia on the Basis of Pathophysiological Changes in the Underlying Diseases.- (1) Legal Aspects of Obstetrical Ultrasound.- (2) Ultrasound and the Prenatal Diagnosis of Congenital Anomalies: A medicolegal perspective.- (1) Sacral Lipoma of the Filum Terminale with Dural Arteriovenous Fistula.- (2) On the Respiratory Distress in Meningomyelocele with Arnold-Chiari Malformation.- (3) Two Surgically Treated Neonatal Infants with Open Myelomeningocele and Associated Congenital Intrathoracic Cyst.- (4) MR Imaging Determination of the Location of the Normal Conus Medullaris Throughout Childhood.- (5) Diseases of the Spinal Canal in Children: Diagnosis with noncontrast CT scans.- (6) Comparison of Intracranial Pressure Between Spina Bifida Patients and Normal Subjects Using a Non-Invasive Pressure Assessment Technique.- (7) Closed Spinal Dysraphism: Analysis of clinical radiological, and surgical findings in 104 consecutive patients.- (8) Postoperative Follow-up Studies Using High Resolution Real-time Ultrasonography in Children with Overt and Occult Spinal Dysraphism.- (9) Thoracic and Lumbo-sacral Spinal Lipoma in an Infant.- (10) Terminal Myelocystocele Associated with Cloacal Exstrophy: Case report.- (11) Spina Bifida Associated with Subcutaneous Mass, Dural Ectasia and Thin Thoracic Spinal Cord.- (12) A Case of Diastematomyelia.- (13) Growth Hormone Treatment Accelerates Growth of Short Children with Neural Tube Defects.- Author Index.

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Titre: Annual Review of Hydrocephalus
Éditeur:
Code EAN: 9783662111604
ISBN: 3662111608
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 184
Poids: 406g
Taille: H254mm x B203mm x T10mm
Année: 2014
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1991

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