neurosonology

neurosonology

(nū″rō-sō-nŏl′ŏ-gē) [″ + L. sonus, sound + ″]
Ultrasonic imaging of the brain and other neural structures.
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Neurologists and cerebrovascular specialists from the US, Asia, and Europe address all aspects of TIA as acute cerebrovascular syndrome, including the definition, concept, etiology, epidemiology, symptomatology, risk scores, neuroimaging, neurosonology, acute management, primary and secondary prevention, guidelines for management, TIA clinics, stroke subtypes, and antithrombotic therapy.
Newell serves on a number of national committees, including the American Brain Injury Consortium, the Intersocietal Commission for the Accreditation of Vascular Laboratories, the Stroke Council of the American Heart Association, the Joint Section on Cerebrovascular Surgery, and the Neurosonology Research Group of the World Federation of Neurology.
17 Neurosonology Pearls (Georgios Tsivgoulis, Clotilde Balucani & Vijay K Sharma).
They describe evoked potentials and electroencephalography; radiological techniques; techniques for cerebral blood flow, such as neurosonology, laser Doppler and thermal diffusion flowmetry, jugular bulb oximetry, and near infrared spectroscopy; monitoring techniques for intracranial pressure, brain oxygen, cerebral microdialysis, and brain temperature; and device development, engineering, simulation, telemedicine, robotics, information processing, data acquisition and storage, medical informatics and multimodality monitoring, noninvasive brain monitoring, and future developments.