The frontal and temporal horn ratio to assess dimension of paediatric hydrocephalus: a comparative volumetric study.

@article{Antes2013TheFA,
  title={The frontal and temporal horn ratio to assess dimension of paediatric hydrocephalus: a comparative volumetric study.},
  author={Sebastian Antes and Melanie Welsch and Michael Kiefer and Mareike Gl{\"a}ser and Heiko K{\"o}rner and Regina Eymann},
  journal={Acta neurochirurgica. Supplement},
  year={2013},
  volume={118},
  pages={211-4}
}
Magnetic resonance imaging and cranial -ultrasound are the most frequently implemented imaging methods for investigating the infantile hydrocephalic brain. A general and reliable measurement index that can be equally applied in both imaging methods to assess dimension of ventricular dilatation is currently not available. For this purpose, a new parameter called the frontal and temporal horn ratio - determinable in coronal slices of the brain - was developed and evaluated in a comparative… CONTINUE READING

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