Neonatal cerebral investigation [E-Book] / edited by Janet M. Rennie, Cornelia F. Hagmann, Nicola J. Robertson.
Rennie, Janet M., (editor)
Hagmann, Cornelia F., (editor) / Robertson, Nicola J., (editor) / Rennie, Janet M.
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2008
1 online resource (xi, 294 pages)
englisch
9780511544750
9780521838481
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Table of Contents:
  • Principles of ultrasound / Jeremy C. Hebden and Janet M. Rennie
  • Principles of EEG / Geraldine B. Boylan
  • Principles of magnetic resonance imaging and spectroscopy / Nicola J Robertson, Enrico de Vita, and Ernest Cady
  • Normal neonatal imaging appearances / Janet M. Rennie [and others]
  • The immature brain / Janet M. Rennie [and others]
  • The normal EEG and aEEG / Geraldine B. Boylan, Deirdre M. Murray, and Janet M. Rennie
  • The baby with a suspected seizure / Janet M. Rennie [and others]
  • The baby who was depressed at birth / Janet M. Rennie, Cornelia F. Hagmann, and Nicola J. Robertson
  • The baby who had an ultrasound as part of a preterm screening protocol / Janet M. Rennie, Cornelia F. Hagmann, and Nicola J. Robertson
  • Common maternal and neonatal conditions that may lead to neonatal brain imaging abnormalities / Nicola J. Robertson, Cornelia F. Hagmann, and Janet M. Rennie
  • The baby with an enlarging head or ventriculomegaly / Cornelia F. Hagmann, Janet M. Rennie, and Nicola J. Robertson
  • The baby with an abnormal antenatal scan: congenital malformations / Cornelia F. Hagmann, Janet M. Rennie, and Nicola J. Robertson
  • The baby with a suspected infection / Andrew B. Kapetanakis, Cornelia F. Hagmann, and Janet M. Rennie
  • Postmortem imaging / Cornelia F. Hagmann, Nicola J. Robertson, and Janet M. Rennie.