LOS VENTRÍCULOS:

VIAJE AL FONDO DE LA MENTE

Autores/as

  • Santiago Medrano Martorell
  • Anna Agustí Claramunt
  • Erika Natalia Arenas Rivera
  • Luis Alexander Del Carpio Bellido Vargas
  • Sofía González Ortiz
  • Jaume Capellades Font

Palabras clave:

LOS VENTRÍCULOS, poster, seram, LCR

Resumen

Objetivos Docentes
• Ser una herramienta práctica en la evaluación de los ventrículos cerebrales en la práctica diaria.
• Profundizar en el conocimiento anatómico y fisiológico del sistema ventricular.
• Reconocer variantes anatómicas o hallazgos sin trascendencia y revisar las principales entidades patológicas así como las técnicas para su diagnóstico y control a través de casos, con especial atención a la hidrocefalia.

Revisión del tema
Introducción
El sistema ventricular otorga protección, flotabilidad y equilibrio químico a las estructuras intracraneales. Mediante este trabajo se pretende ilustrar su anatomía radiológica normal y variante y presentar su espectro patológico así como las técnicas diagnósticas de las que disponemos actualmente para su diagnóstico y control. Se revisan especialmente las alteraciones en la presión del LCR (hidrocefalia e hipotensión licuoral), y se muestran algunas claves para el diagnóstico diferencial entre la hidrocefalia y la atrofia. Se revisan más brevemente otras entidades (congénitas, degenerativas, causas de hemorragia intraventricular, ventriculitis, tumores y cambios posquirúrgicos).

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2018-11-22

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Medrano Martorell, S., Agustí Claramunt, A., Arenas Rivera, E. N., Del Carpio Bellido Vargas, L. A., González Ortiz, S., & Capellades Font, J. (2018). LOS VENTRÍCULOS:: VIAJE AL FONDO DE LA MENTE. Seram. Recuperado a partir de https://piper.espacio-seram.com/index.php/seram/article/view/1827

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