Pediatric Neuroradiology by C. Raybaud, Paolo Tortori-Donati, Andrea Rossi, R. Biancheri

By C. Raybaud, Paolo Tortori-Donati, Andrea Rossi, R. Biancheri

This exhaustive textual content covers all facets of prognosis and endovascular therapy of neurological and neurosurgical ailments of the pediatric relevant frightened process ranging from their in utero expression.

It additionally contains the vascular malformations of every district and their endovascular treatment.

Besides the ''normal'' imaging strategies the complicated thoughts (spectroscopy, diffusion, perfusion, and useful imaging) are coated intimately.

Several subject matters which are frequently in basic terms superficially handled in different books are herewith lined in notable aspect.

The quantity is richly illustrated with top of the range neuroradiological pictures, with pathological correlation the place applicable.

The wealthy analytic index makes it an simply usable software within the daily medical practice.

The ebook serves either as a reference for experts (neuroradiologists, radiologists, neurosurgeons, neurologists, pediatricians) and as a educating textual content for citizens and fellows-in-training.

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This was nine years before M. ” Later, the diagnosis became possible in vivo by pneumoencephalography, and Davidoff and Dyke [13] gave the first detailed radiological description of the malformation in 1934. More material was produced by Feld [14] on a pediatric series with clinico-radiologic correlates, and, in the same book, by Gross and Hoff [15] who reported on a large series of 40 autopsy cases, noting that even the longitudinal “heterotopic” bundle could be missing. Then, in 1968, Loeser and Alvord [16] gave a magisterial description of the malformation.

Lateral aspect of the right hemisphere of a human fetus at 23 weeks of gestation. Note the developing central sulcus (arrows) Some cerebral regions may play a chemoattractive role on growth cones derived from cortical neurons [107]. Such an effect is found for the basal pons [107], the ganglionic eminence [108], and the internal capsule and floor plate of the neural tube [109]. These results indicate that some neural regions are able to synthesize and secrete chemoattractant factors that direct the growth of axons (Fig.

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