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Neuroimaging of Traumatic Brain Injury
Submission Deadline: June 30, 2023 (Open) Submit Now
Yasushi Shibata, PhD, MD, Professor
Department of Neurosurgery, Mito Medical Center, University of Tsukuba, Mito Kyodo General Hospital, Japan
Research interests: brain injury; brain tumor; cerebrovascular disease; radiological diagnosis; headache; MRI; SPECT; migraine; critical pathway
About This Topic
Traumatic brain injury includes various pathologies. Neuroimaging is key examination to know these pathologies. Primary traumatic brain injuries include direct mechanical injury, hematoma and contusion. Secondary traumatic injuries include edema, ischemia, and anoxia. These primary and secondary injuries happened in various time flames. So timely evaluation using neuroimaging is critical to determine the diagnosis and appropriate therapy. CT and MRI are widely used to evaluate these structural traumatic brain injury. Advanced imaging such as perfusion, diffusion and functional images revealed pathophysiology of each brain lesions. In this special issue, cutting edge research article will be included. These researches will contribute clinical managements and contribute the prognosis of the patient with traumatic brain injury.
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