Hans, German neurophysiologist, 1876-1918. See: Queckenstedt-Stookey test.
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We treated her with intravenous mannitol immediately, and the intracranial pressure dropped to 18 cmH [sub]2 O, the Queckenstedt test was negative, CSF examination revealed a WBC count of 16/mm [sup]3 and normal glucose and protein levels, while the cryptococcal antigen test was positive.
Notably, MRV revealed venous sinus dysplasia, possibly indicating left transverse sinus thrombosis; however, a normal Queckenstedt test and D-Dimer level ruled out sinus thrombosis.
Tambien se realizo el test de Queckenstedt [8, 22] haciendo presion sobre las venas yugulares y midiendo con un manometro Kendall Curity[R], la presion del liquido cefalo raquideo (LCR) a nivel de la region lumbo-sacra.