P24

CEREBRAL HEMODYNAMIC ASSESSMENT WITH TRANSCRANIAL COLOR DUPLEX IN INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION EXPERIMENTAL MODEL
M. De Lima Oliveira, A. Ferreira De Andrade, A. Rodrigo Belon, W. Silva Paiva, M. Shimidt Soares, G. Cataxo Patriota, C. Nobrega Nascimento, J. Pinhata Otoch, B. Chian Ping Jeng, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P25

CEREBRAL VASOMOTOR REACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE
G. Tekgol Uzuner, N. Uzuner

P26

ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN CEREBRAL ARTERITIS
M. Mijajlovic

P27

DETERMINING THE IDEAL TIME WINDOW FOR ANGIOPLASTY IN AN UNCONSCIOUS SAH PATIENT WITH SEVERE CEREBRAL VASOSPASM: A MULTIMODAL MONITORING APPROACH
M. De Lima Oliveira, B. Lembo Conde De Paiva, R. Faria Simm, P. Henrique Pires Aguira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P28

TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER AND OXIMETRY TISSUE CATHETER MONITORING IN DIFFUSE BRAIN VASOSPASM
M. De Lima Oliveira, S. Paulo Brasil Lima, M. Kranyk De Azevedo, E. Santos Junior, L. Peraza, F. Lacerda Brambilla, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P29

TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER EVALUATION OF BOW HUNTER SYNDROME: CASE REPORT AND REVIEW OF LITERATURE
M. De Lima Oliveira, K. Andrade Norremose, A. Negrao Esteves, B. Magalhaes Barbosa Leite, M. Ferreira Machado, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P30

ASSOCIATION BETWEEN PULSATILE INDEX AND INFARCT SIZE IN ACUTE LACUNAR STROKE
O. Kim, S. An, S. Oh, J. Kim, W. Kim

P31

MICROEMBOLIC SIGNALS DETECTION DURING ROUTINE TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER AFTER ACUTE SUBARACHNOID HEMORRHAGE
M. De Lima Oliveira, M. Mendes Paschoal Junior, K. Almeida Lins, R. Carvalho De Nogueira, M. Krajnyk De Azevedo, E. Santos Junior, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P32

CEREBRAL AUTOREGULATION IN PATIENTS WITH ORTHOSTATIC INTOLERANCE: A TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER SONOGRAPHY MONITORING
E. Titianova, I. Velcheva, S. Karakaneva

P33

CEREBRAL VASCULAR REACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2
I. Velcheva, P. Damianov, K. Stambolieva

P34

CEREBROVASCULAR AUTOREGULATION IN FULMINANT HEPATIC FAILURE
M. De Lima Oliveira, M. Fernando Paschoal Junior, K Almeida Lins, R. Carvalho De Nogueira, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bonr-Seng-Shu

P35

TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER MONITORING DURING HYPOTERMIC CIRCULATION ARREST
T. Plotnikova, G. Nartsissova

P36

BRAIN HEMODYNAMIC IMPROVEMENT AFTER RETROGRADE VENTRICULO-SINUS SHUNT IN HYDROCEPHALUS PATIENTS
M. De Lima Oliveira, M. Fernandes De Oliveira, K. Andrade Norremose, S. Brasil Lima, F. Campos Gomes Pinto, H. Matsushita, M. Jacobsen Teixeira, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

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