Том 9, брой 2 - 2013/ Vol. 9, No. 2 - 2013

P56

EPIDEMIOLOGICAL AND GENETICS ASPECTS OF MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS IN LATIN AMERICA
T. Corona

P57

DYSREGULATION AND ITS CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
D. Pankov, T. Pankova

P58

THROMBOLYTIC THERAPY – RESULTS AND PROBLEMS
S. Andonova-Atanasova, F. Kirov, M. Petkova, P. Kirilova, E. Kalevska, V. Argirova, Zv. Zvetkov, M. Novakova, R. Georgiev, V. Georgieva

P59

OUR EXPERIENCE WITH ENDOVASCULAR TREATMENT OF BRAIN ANEURYSMS AND AVMS
S. Sirakov

P60

ORTHOSTATIC REACTIVITY IN PATIENTS WITH DIABETIC NEUROPATHY
D. Lubenova, E. Titianova, A. Dimitrova

P61

EARLY PHYSIOTHERAPY INTERVENTION FOR PRETERM NEONATES WITH HYPOXIC IMPAIRMENT OF THE CENTRAL NERVOUS SYSTEM
N. Gamakova, D. Lubenova

P62

FUNCTIONAL INDEPENDENCE IN PATIENTS WITH ISCHEMIC STROKE IN THE CHRONIC PERIOD
D. Vasileva, D. Lubenova

P63

INFLUENCE OF EARLY PHYSICAL THERAPY PROGRAM IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE ISCHEMIC STROKE
K. Grigorova-Petrova, D. Lubenova, A. Dimitrova

P64

CORRECTION AND EVALUATION OF MOTOR IMPAIRMENT IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS PATIENTS USING BIOFEEDBACK
A. Ryazantseva, V. Alifirova, N. Brazovskaya, A. Pribilskaya

P65

COMPARISON OF CLOSED AND OPEN KINETIC CHAIN EXERCISE IN PATIENTS WITH PARKINSON’S DISEASE
A. Dimitrova, D. Lubenova, Kr. Grigorova-Petrova

P66

WEB-BASED INTERACTIVE SIMULATION OF A CLINICAL CASE WITH PARKINSON'S DISEASE
G. Kossekova, T. Monova

P67

CLINICAL STUDIES OF THE EFFECTS OF ARTIFICIAL TECHNOGENIC ELECTROMAGNETIC RADIATION WHEN REGISTERING BRAIN ACTIVITY WITH AN EEG
D. Reznikov

P68

SPONTANEOUS SPINAL EPIDURAL AND SUBDURAL HEMATOMA ON TH6-TH10. A CASE REPORT
B. Ralcheva, K. Hadjolyan, S. Andonova-Atanasova

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P48

SUBSTANTIA NIGRA ECHOGENICITY IS CORRELATED WITH NIGROSTRIATAL IMPAIRMENT IN MACHADO-JOSEPH DISEASE
M. De Lima Oliveira, J. Luiz Pedroso, P. Braga Neto, M. Ferreira Machado, R. Nogueira, O. Graziani Povoas Barsottin, E. Bor-Seng-Shu

P49

A SEMI-QUANTIFIED EVALUATION OF SUBSTANTIA NIGRA HYPERECHOGENICITY IN PARKINSON'S DISEASE AND PARKINSONIAN SYNDROME
A. Numao, K. Suzuki, H. Takekawa, M. Miyamoto, T. Miyamoto, M. Iwanami, E. Takada, K. Hirata

P50

ULTRASONOGRAPHY IN DIAGNOSING THE CAUSE OF PAPILLOEDEMA
C. Vidinova, L. Voinov

P51

ULTRASOUND IMAGING OF CHRONIC BLAST EYE TRAUMA: A CASE REPORT OF CHARLES BONNET SYNDROME
S. Nikolov, E. Titianova, S. Cherninkova, S. Karakaneva, P. Popov, K. Genova

P52

CORRELATIVE ELECTROMYOGRAPHIC AND MULTIMODAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING STU­DIES OF CALF MUSCLE LESIONS
R. Dimova, E. Titianova, S. Karakaneva, I. Daskalova

P53

CLINICAL, INTRAOPERATIVE AND MULTIMODAL ULTRASOUND IMAGING STUDY OF FACIAL MELANOMA
E. Alexiev, K. Guirov, A. Mihova, B. Guirova, E. Titianova

P54

ASSESSMENT OF MICROVASCULAR CHANGES IN HAND-ARM VIBRATION SYNDROME
Z. Stoyneva

P55

REDUCED CUTANEOUS MICROVASCULAR REACTIVITY IN DIABETES MELLITUS TYPE 2
Z. Stoyneva

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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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P13

FLOW VELOCITIES AND VESSEL DIAMETER OF THE DISTAL INTERNAL CAROTID Artery IN PATIENTS WITH RISK FACTORS
G.-M. von Reutern, I. Alpsoy, J. Allendörfer

P14

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN INCREASED COMMON CAROTID ARTERY DIAMETER AND AORTIC ANEURYSM
Y. Asakawa, H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, M. Yamamoto, M. Okamura, T. Nishihira, A. Iwasaki, K. Hirata

P15

RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DIAMETER OF BRACHIAL ARTERY AND COMMON CAROTID ARTERY IN STROKE PATIENTS
T. Nishihira, M. Yamamoto, H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, Y. Asakawa, A. Iwasaki, M. Okamura, K. Hirata

P16

ACCELERATION TIME RATIO FOR THE ASSESSMENT OF EXTRACRANIAL INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY STENOSIS
H. Takekawa, K. Suzuki, T. Nishihira, A. Iwasaki, M. Okamura, Y. Asakawa, M. Yamamoto, R. Okabe, K. Hirata

P17

THE SIGNIFICANCE OF ASYMPTOMATIC CAROTID STENOSIS AND DYSLIPIDEMIA FOR TIA AND ISCHEMIC STROKES IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE VASCULAR RISK FACTORS – POPULATION-BASED STUDY
P. Mineva, D. Hadjiev, V. Tsoneva, Zh. Andreev

P18

CHANGES IN DOPPLERSONOGRAPHY PARAMETERS OF VERTEBRAL ARTERIES AND EVOKED POTENTIALS IN PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC ISCHEMIC DISTURBANCES OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION
S. Andonova-Atanasova, D. Mintchev, M. Novakova, R. Georgiev

P19

INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS OF THE CAROTID ARTERY IN OSAS PATIENTS WITH ASYMPTOMATIC ISCHEMIC DISTURBANCES OF CEREBRAL CIRCULATION
S. Andonova-Atanasova, D. Petkova, M. Novakova, R. Georgiev

P20

CAROTID BLOOD FLOW, CARDIAC FUNCTION AND RISK FACTORS FOR CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASE – CORRELATIVE CLINICAL AND ULTRASOUND STUDIES
E. Titianova, I. Velcheva, S. Karakaneva, K. Hristova, Z. Ramsheva, K. Ramshev

P21

CORRELATION BETWEEN CAROTID ULTRASOUND AND EXERCISE STRESS TEST FOR ASSESSING THE SUBCLINICAL VASCULAR DiSEASES IN PATIENTS WITH CARDIOVASCULAR DiSEASE
K. Hristova, L. Vladimirova, F. Nikolov, P. Nikolov, Tz. Katova

P22

INTERNAL JUGULAR VEIN THROMBOSIS DUE TO CENTRAL VENOUS CATHETER – DIAGNOSIS AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
M. Staneva, P. Antova, Ts. Tsvetanov, G. Simeonov, B. Minkova, I. Staikov

P23

CORRELATIVE CLINICAL AND NEUROIMAGING STUDIES IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE SPONTANEOUS INTRACEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE
M. Danovska, B Stamenov, T. Andreev, P. Stoev, M. Valkova, P. Stefanovski

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P1

3D BLOOD FLOW AND COMMON CAROTID ARTERY HEMODYNAMICS IN THE CAROTID ARTERY BIFURCATION WITH STENOSIS
N. Antonova, X. Dong, P. Tosheva, E. Kaliviotis, I. Velcheva

P2

CAROTID PATHOLOGY IN CEREBRAL INFARCTIONS: EFFECTS OF BLOOD PRESSURE AND BLOOD VISCOSITY
I. Velcheva, N. Antonova, E. Titianova, P. Damianov

P3

MEASUREMENT OF CAROTID PLAQUE VOLU­ME WITH VOCALTMII TECHNIQUE BY 3-DIMENSIONAL ULTRASOUND
H. Xing, T. Wang, W. Sun, R. Liu, Q. Peng, K. Xu, Y. Huang

P4

JUXTALUMINAL ECHOGENICITY AS A MAR­KER OF CAROTID PLAQUE INSTABILITY
T. Tegos, A. Petrakis, A. Valavanis, A. Safouris, A. Papadimitriou, A. Orologas

P5

AFTERCARE MANAGEMENT BASED ON CAROTID DUPLEX SONOGRAPHY FOR PATIENTS WITH STENTED VESSELS REACHING THE END OF THE SCHEDULED THREE-DIMENSIONAL ENHANCED COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY ANGIOGRAPHY FOLLOW-UP PERIODS
H. Nagai, F. Nakagawa, H. Eda, S. Higiwara, M. Daisu, T. Uemura, T. Miyazaki, Y. Akiyama

P6

DIAGNOSTIC ROLE OF COLOR-CODED DUPLEX SONOGRAPHY IN FOLLOWING-UP AFTER CAROTID ENDARTERECTOMY IN MEN
M. Staneva, Ts. Tsvetanov, V. Chervenkoff, D. Markov, P. Antova

P7

DUPLEX ULTRASONOGRAPHIC FINDINGS IN CONGENITAL ABSENCE OF THE INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERY
I. Koh, J. Lee, J. Park, S. Han, S. Hwang, S. Suk

P8

EVALUATION OF INTERNAL CAROTID ARTERIAL DISSECTION BY TRANSORAL CAROTID ULTRASONOGRAPHY
M. Yasaka, Y. Wakugawa, M. Mori, Y. Nakanishi, Y. Okada

P9

DIAGNOSTIC VALUE OF COLOR-CODED DUPLEX SONOGRAPHY IN CLINICAL CASES WITH RESTENOSIS OF ARTERIAL RECONSTRUCTIONS AT SUPRA-AORTIC ARTERIES AND TAKAYASHU ARTERIITIS
M. Staneva, V. Chervenkoff, B. Minkova, G. Kirova, D. Markov, Ts. Tsvetanov, P. Antova

P10

DUPLEX ULTRASONOGRAPHIC FINDINGS OF RIGHT AORTIC ARCH WITH ISOLATED LEFT BRACHIOCEPHALIC ARTERY
I. Koh, J. Lee, S. Hwang, S. Suk, J. Park

P11

DISSECTION OF CAROTID ARTERY. A CASE REPORT
S. Andonova-Atanasova, F. Kirov, Ch. Bachvarov, V. Velinov

P12

TECHNICAL ASPECTS FOR ULTRASOUND VISUALIZATION OF SPINAL CORD VASCULATURE
F. Abd-Allah

 

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L1

H. FURUHATA – A GREAT PIONEER OF NEUROSONOLOGY
T. Shiogai

L2

SONOTHROMBOLYSIS: UNCERTAINTIES REPRESENT SIGNIFICANT HURDLES FOR APPROVAL
F. Tranquart, B. Petit, E. Bihel, Y. Bohren, F. Yan, E. Allemann, M. Arditi, J. M. Hyvelin

L3

ULTRASOUND SYSTEM DESIGN FOR SONOTHROMBOLYSIS WITH MICROBUBBLES
J. Powers, R. Seip, W. Shi

L4

WHICH STUDY DESIGN IS APPROPRIATE FOR SONOTHROMBOLYSIS TRIALS? THE ULTRAS PILOT STUDY
M. Del Sette, S. Ricci, E. Giorli, M. Cotroneo

L5

REVIEW ON MICROEMBOLUS DETECTION
E. B. Ringelshtein

L6

SPECIFIC TCD CLINICAL APPLICATIONS FOR PATIENTS WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY
A. Razumovsky

L7

MONITORING THE BRAIN DURING INVASIVE CARDIOVASCULAR EXAMINATIONS AND SURGERY
D. Russell

L8

CLINICAL AND VASCULAR FOLLOW UP OF SYMPTOMATIC INTRACRANIAL STENOSIS STENTING
C. Vetta, S. Horner, H. Deutschmann, T. Gattringer, K. Niederkorn

L9 

INTRACRANIAL PRESSURE DYNAMICS ASSESSED BY TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER
R. Aaslid

L10

TCCD – CTA FUSION IMAGING
C. Levi 

L11 

ULTRAFAST DOPPLER AND fULTRASOUND IMAGING
M. Tanter

L12

IS AUTOMATIC EMBOLUS MONITORING READY FOR REAL LIFE APPLICATION?
W. Mess

L13

ROLE OF TCD IN SICKLE CELL DISEASE: OLDER AND NEW CONCEPTS
V. Zetola

L14

SUBCLINICAL ULTRASOUND MARKERS IN THE PREVENTION OF CEREBROVASCULAR DISEASES
V. Demarin

L15

CHANGE OF INTIMA-MEDIA THICKNESS IN PREVENTION OF CARDIOVASCULAR EVENTS IN ISCHEMIC STROKE PATIENTS WITH HIGH RISK OF CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE (PICASSO)
Y. Kim, J-H. Lee, W-G. Seo, S-U. Kwon

L16

PREDICTING CORONARY ARTERY DISEASE IN STROKE PATIENTS
N. Bornstein

L17

EARLY HEMODYNAMIC CHANGES POST INTRACRANIAL THROMBECTOMY: A SIGN OF VESSEL WALL INJURY?
I. M. Pignat, V. Mendes Pereira, F. Perren

L18

INTRACRANIAL WAVEFORM CHANGES AFTER CARDIAC TRANSPLANTATION
A. R. Massaro

L19

TCD-EEG MONITORING IN PAROXYSMAL NEUROLOGICAL DISEASES
W. Xu

L20 

SPACE-TIME NEUROSONOLOGY IN CLINICAL USAGE – WHY AND WHEN?
E. Titianova

L21

MYOSONOLOGY: CLINICAL AND SCIENTIFIC POTENTIALS
M. Siebler

L22

ULTRASOUND-GUIDANCE OF BOTULINUM TOXIN INJECTIONS IN DYSTONIA AND SPASTICITY
U. Walter

L23

ULTRASONOGRAPHIC EVALUATION OF CERVICAL NERVE ROOTS IN ALS
N. Takamatsu, H. Nodera, Y. Terasawa, A. Mori, M. Oda, Y. Izumi, R. Kaji

L24

TRANSCRANIAL DOPPLER FOR BRAIN DEATH IN INFANTS. THE ROLE OF THE FONTANELLES
E. Vicenzini, P. Pulitano, R. Cicchetti, P. Papov, G. Spadetta, M. Rocco, V. Di Piero, G. L. Lenzi, O. Mecarelli

L25

PARENCHYMAL FINDINGS IN NEURODEGENERATIVE DISEASE
U. Walter

L26

CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS OF VENOUS NEUROSONOGRAPHY
J. Valdueza

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E. B. Ringelshtein
University Hospital Münster, Department of Neurology – Münster, Germany

Microembolic signals (MES) detected by transcranial ultrasound have first been described in the 80ies by Merrill Spencer and have rapidly gained great importance for the exploration of the pathophysiology underlying various stroke etiologies. Finally, MES have been proven as a reliable biomarker concerning the prognosis of symptomatic and asymptomatic internal carotid artery (ICA) stenoses. Typical clinical indications for microembolus detection (MD), a time-consuming, investigator-dependent US technique, are monitoring of cardiac and carotid surgery, arterial interventions, detection of occult sources of embolism, defining the culprit in competing sources of embolism, development of less emboligenic surgical techniques and refined devices.

A. Razumovsky
Sentient NeuroCare Services, Inc. – Hunt Valley, USA

Critical care management of patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI) has undergone tremendous advances. Neurosurgeons, neurologists and neurointensivists, including military, have a large armamentarium of invasive monitoring modalities available to detect secondary brain injury and guide therapy. The primary goal monitoring is to prevent secondary insults to the brain, primarily cerebral ischemia due to the posttraumatic vasospasm (PTV), and intracranial hypertension (ICH). This lecture summarizes the advantages and the specific roles of transcranial Doppler (TCD) ultrasound to establish and monitor the presence of PTV and ICH.

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