Quantitative Analysis of CT Visualized Periventricular and Perifocal Brain Oedema by Means of CSF Dynamics Infusion Test
Part of the Acta Neurochirurgica book series (NEUROCHIRURGICA, volume 51)
Brain oedema of different pathogenesis cannot be differentiated with CSF infusion tests. In cases with periventricular oedema the CSS viscoelastic parameters are changed more towards the decompensated state than in cases with perifocal oedema.
KeywordsPerifocal Oedema Repeated Bolus Lumbar Subarachnoid Space Periventricular Oedema Oedema Grade
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