Brain Ultrasound as a Diagnostic and Follow up Method of Lateral Ventricle Dilatation in Hospitalised Children at the Neurology Department – Pediatric Clinic

Armend Vuçitërna, Eglantina Kraja, Niman Bardhi, Naser Rugova, Arbona Sadiki, Agron Thaqi, E Shema, Alma Shema

Abstract


A child’s full development is tied closely to the full development of the human’s central nervous system, which is why there are so many cases reported with central nervous system illnesses in children. Being very familiar with a child’s normal development, a Pediatric Neurologist doctor is capable of noticing any sort of neurological deviation during the first month of child’s development which can be backed up with diagnostic methods such as: Transfontanellare Ultrasonography which is the chosen method to diagnose such anomalies and also helps keep track of them.

Key words: Brain ultrasonography, ventriculomegaly, our clinical experience.


Full Text:

PDF

Refbacks

  • There are currently no refbacks.


International Journal of Medicine & Healthcare is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License Based on a work at http://www.ijmh.ielas.org

Copyright © 2016-2020 International Journal of Medicine & Healthcare (IJMH)

ISSN (online) 2545-4188

Disclaimer: Articles on International Journal of Medicine & Healthcare (IJMH) have been reviewed and authenticated by the Authors before sending for the publication. The Journal, Chief Editor and the editorial board are not entitled or liable to either justify or responsible for inaccurate and misleading data if any. It is the sole responsibility of the Author concerned.