Cerebro-Vascular Pathology is the disorders that affect the brain and leads to unconsciousness or altered consciousness. The state of Coma occurs when the human brain is no longer alert due to brain injury, brain cancer, stroke, epilepsy, cerebral palsy or brain infections. Traumatic Brain Injury occurs when some external force injures the brain and leads to intracranial injury and causes severe brain trauma. Brian function is either permanently or temporarily impaired in such cases. Hematoma, focal lesions, and cerebral laceration are some of the notable pathologies of the brain following a traumatic brain injury. Studies on Brain hemodynamics currently include developing models to relate neural activity to the amount of blood and oxygen flow to the brain tissues and thus developing improved technologies such as Brain Oxygenation Dependent MRI and other networks. Imaging biomarkers are available for Alzheimer’s Disease which assess the pathologies of certain accumulated toxic or mutated bio-products in the brain.
- Track 1-1 Overview on Brain Hemorrhage
- Track 2-2 Traumatic Brain Injury
- Track 3-3 Hemodynamics of Brain
- Track 4-4 Imaging Markers of CVP