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100073,2272 at compuserve.com (Hans E Heissler) writes:
Unfortunately, my last poll (intracranial pressure transients) lead to no
'responses'. Is there really nobody, who is interested in intracranial
volume-pressure testing for diagnostic purpose? And, why not? I would
deeply appreciate receiving opinions, experiences, etc. (PROs&CONs!).
I remember reading about a device recently, developed by NASA, to measure
cranial diameters with ultrasound as a proxy for ICP, as part of their life
sciences programme. Have a look at the press releases under
http://spacelink.msfc.nasa.gov/NASA.News/NASA.News.Releases/, you should be
able to find it there. Probably came out of JSC.