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Short Article - Journal of Neuroinformatics and Neuroimaging (2017) Volume 2, Issue 2

Non-invasive measurements of intracranial pressure by magnetic resonance scanners

Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) physics enriched our world with great applied technological advances especially in neurosurgery. The plain imaging and the functional or the dynamic. Here additional function can be obtained to measure intracranial pressure ICP non-invasively. I do not want to speak about ICP importance which Up-to date ICP measured by introducing a probe (electrodes or transducers) of different kinds in different places of the intracranial layers and structures, with many unwanted effects and away from real time measurements with very bad intracranial compartments feedback about their pressure gradient and dynamicity.

Author(s): Abbas Alnaji

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