Calibrating Doppler Imaging of Preterm Intracerebral Circulation Using a Microvessel Flow Phantom

@inproceedings{Camfferman2014CalibratingDI,
  title={Calibrating Doppler Imaging of Preterm Intracerebral Circulation Using a Microvessel Flow Phantom},
  author={Fleur A. Camfferman and Ginette M Ecury-Goossen and Jhuresy E. La Roche and Nico de Jong and Willem van ’t Leven and Hendrik J. Vos and Martin D. Verweij and Kazem Nasserinejad and Filip Cools and Paul Govaert and Jeroen Dudink},
  booktitle={Front. Hum. Neurosci.},
  year={2014}
}
INTRODUCTION Preterm infants are born during critical stages of brain development, in which the adaptive capacity of the fetus to extra-uterine environment is limited. Inadequate brain perfusion has been directly linked to preterm brain damage. Advanced high-frequency ultrasound probes and processing algorithms allow visualization of microvessels and depiction of regional variation. To assess whether visualization and flow velocity estimates of preterm cerebral perfusion using Doppler… CONTINUE READING
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