Cranial ultrasound: and the risk of tunnel vision?

Abstract

The cranial ultrasound plays an important role in the study of the brain in the newborn and infant, therefore it represents the first choice technique to evaluate many diseases. In addition to the anterior fontanelle which serves as an acoustic window, the posterior fontanelle allows a more detailed study of the posterior fossa and occipital lobes [1,2… (More)

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@inproceedings{Chiara2015CranialUA, title={Cranial ultrasound: and the risk of tunnel vision?}, author={Alberto Chiara and Stefania Perrini}, year={2015} }