Neonatal Neurosonography | Anatomy and Protocol. Neonatal sonography is a very important and indispensible tool for evaluating pre term and
term neonates for intracranial pathology. It is readily available, portable, relatively inexpensive and safe. Premature infants are at a heightened risk for Intracranial hemorrhage. Up to 67% of pre term infants born before 32 weeks gestational age develop intracranial bleeds. There is also a variety of intracranial pathologies that can be detected via Ultrasound like; Hydrocephalus, Vascular anomalies, developmental abormalities, and conditions related to infectious processes.
Second video (Pathology, Intraventricular Hemorrhage - Periventricular Leukomalacia) https://youtu.be/hiRt8UiXRag
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