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>Revistas >Gaceta Médica de México >Año 2014, No. 2


Carrillo ER, Flores RÓI, Peña PCA, Carrillo CLD, Carrillo CJR, Carrillo CCA, Carrillo CDM
Evaluación ultrasonográfica del diámetro de la vaina del nervio óptico (DVNO) para la medición de la presión intracraneana (PIC): a propósito de un caso
Gac Med Mex 2014; 150 (2)

Idioma: Español
Referencias bibliográficas: 32
Paginas: 165-170
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RESUMEN

La principal complicación asociada a la lesión cerebral aguda es la elevación de la PIC, pues se asocia a una elevada morbimortalidad. En estos enfermos el monitoreo neurológico multimodal se ha posicionado como una herramienta fundamental en las Unidades de Cuidados Intensivos, con la tendencia, en los últimos años, a ser mínimamente invasiva. Presentamos el caso de un enfermo en el que se implementó el monitoreo de la PIC con base en la medición del DVNO, técnica que tiene una adecuada correlación con la PIC, así como una elevada especificidad y sensibilidad y un bajo costo


Palabras clave: Vaina del nervio óptico, Ultrasonografía, Presión intracraneana.


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