Manual of Neurosonology
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Neurosonology is non-invasive, portable, and has excellent temporal resolution, making it a valuable and increasingly popular tool for the diagnosis and monitoring of neurological conditions when compared to other imaging techniques. This guide looks beyond the use of neurovascular ultrasound in stroke to encompass a wide range of other neurological diseases and emergencies. It offers a practical approach to the examination of patients, interpretation of ultrasound studies, and the application of neurosonology to the development of management and treatment strategies. Each chapter incorporates a thorough and clear procedural methodology alongside scanning tips for trainees; this step-by-step approach is further enhanced by example images and focused diagnostic questions. Authored and edited by international experts, this practical manual of neurosonology is an invaluable resource for neurologists, neurosurgeons, intensivists, radiologists and ultrasonographers.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 330 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 15mm | 730g
  • CAMBRIDGE UNIVERSITY PRESS
  • Cambridge, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 51 b/w illus. 169 colour illus. 31 tables
  • 1107659159
  • 9781107659155
  • 541,717

Table of contents

List of contributors; Foreword David Russell; 1. Introduction Laszlo Olah; 2. Cervical arterial insonation Jose-Manuel Molto-Jorda and Galina Baltgaile; 3. Carotid wall imaging Jose Gutierrez and Tatjana Rundek; 4. Endothelial function testing Laszlo Csiba; 5. Atherosclerotic carotid disease Massimo Del Sette, Valentina Saia, Edoardo Vicenzini and G.-Michael von Reutern; 6. Atherosclerotic vertebral artery disease Ralf Dittrich and E. Bernd Ringelstein; 7. Cervical artery dissection Claudio Baracchini; 8. Cervical artery vasculitides Mathias H. Sturzenegger; 9. Transcranial insonation Eva Bartels, Jose-M. Valdueza, Ekaterina Titianova and Ildiko Vastagh; 10. Intracranial stenosis/occlusion Claudio Baracchini and Kurt Niederkorn; 11. Extracranial/intracranial collateral pathways Manfred Kaps; 12. Acute ischemic stroke Georgios Tsivgoulis and Aristeidis H. Katsanos, and Christos Krogias; 13. Intracranial perfusion imaging Stephen Meairs; 14. Sonothrombolysis Jose Navarro, Kristian Barlinn, Georgios Tsivgoulis and Andrei V. Alexandrov; 15. Microembolic signal detection Laszlo Nemeth, Vendel Kemeny and Laszlo Csiba; 16. Right-to-left shunt detection Susanna Horner; 17. Cerebral autoregulation Elsa Azevedo and Pedro Castro; 18. Vasomotor reactivity Alexander Gur, Attila Csanyi and Natan M. Bornstein; 19. Functional transcranial ultrasound Juergen Klingelhoefer; 20. Neuromonitoring under critical care conditions Bela Fulesdi, Peter Siro and Csilla Molnar; 21. Cerebral circulatory arrest Stephan J. Schreiber; 22. Intracranial venous ultrasound Erwin Stolz; 23. Cervical venous ultrasound Florian Doepp (Connolly) and Jose-M. Valdueza; 24. Brain parenchyma imaging Uwe Walter; 25. Orbital ultrasound Mario Siebler; 26. Ultrasonography of the peripheral nerves Henrich Kele; Index.show more

About László Csiba

Laszlo Csiba is Professor and Chairman at the Department of Neurology at the University of Debrecen, Hungary, and former president of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics. Claudio Baracchini is Director of the Stroke Center and Neurovascular Ultrasound Laboratory at the University of Padua School of Medicine, and Secretary of the European Society of Neurosonology and Cerebral Hemodynamics.show more