Clinical Study

Hocus Pocus: Brain Ultrasound When Part Of The Skull Is Missing

Posted Date: Mar 9, 2020

  • Investigator: Vasisht Srinivasan
  • Specialties: Neurology, Neuroradiology, Neurosurgery, Stroke
  • Type of Study: Observational/Survey

Ultrasound is used for many reasons, though brain ultrasound is limited due to the skull blocking ultrasound waves. In patients who have had bone removal, there now exists a window through which ultrasound can image the brain. This study aims to categorize the ways this can help improve patient care.

Criteria:

Patients Who Have A Hemicraniectomy Admitted To The Neuro Icu At Ucmc

Keywords:

Hemicraniectomy, Pocus

For More Information:

Vasisht Srinivasan
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srinivvt@ucmail.uc.edu


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