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Understanding the Different Types of Functional Neuroimaging

Functional Neuroimaging is the use of Neuroimaging technology to measure an aspect of brain function, often with a view to comprehend the relationship between actions in certain brain areas and particular mental capacities. 278 more words

Neuro Imaging For Interrogation

Neuroimaging and Schizophrenia

One of the main reasons Schizophrenia has such unfavorable functioning is due to an impairment of cognitive functioning. Symptoms such as hallucinations and delusions significantly affect the ways in which an individual is able to interact with others and the way the individual views situations. 233 more words


Delayed Cerebral Ischemia (Definition)


Delayed Cerebral Ischemia:

Focal (hemiparesis, aphasia, hemianopia, or neglect) or global (2 points decrease on GCS) neurological impairment lasting for at least 1 hour and/or cerebral infarction, which: 135 more words

Hemodynamic Parameters


Parrillo, Joseph E and R. Phillip Dellinger. Critical Care Medicine. 4th ed. 3, 31-46.e2

Classification of Hydrocephalus

The first level of classification of hydrocephalus should be based on the point where flow of CSF is restricted.  These potential sites of restriction would include: 423 more words

Images of Vasospasm

This is a review of an interesting study from 1997 (published in Stroke) that illustrates how vasospastic arteries in a rat subarachnoid hemorrhage model looks like under the scanning electron microscope. 377 more words

Hydrocephalus CT Findings

KEY FINDINGS of HCP on neuroimaging:

  • expansion of the temporal horns
  • convexity of the third ventricular walls
  • rounding of the frontal horns