Application of Advanced Forms of Intracranial Pressure Analysis in Craniosynostosis
Craniosynostosis is a well known clinical syndrome, described in detail in many works. Most reports deal with studies of ICP in this clinical entity (Renier et al. 1982; Gobiet et al. 1976). There have been no reports of analysis of the intracranial pressure (ICP) signal in craniosynostosis using advanced techniques, which could enable one to obtain important information on compensatory mechanisms, and the state of volume-pressure balance of the cerebrospinal system.
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