By Mitsuru Wada (auth.), Satoshi Matsumoto M.D., Kiyoshi Sato M.D., Norihiko Tamaki M.D., Shizuo Oi M.D. (eds.)
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All types of slow-wave activities increased with age. Focal attenuation was very common under 1 year of age (in 41% of patients of this age group), but after this age only 4 cases (10%) were recorded. Spike- or sharp-wave activity was recorded focally or generally in 45 (43%) of the children . The prevalence of spikes and sharp waves correlated negatively with increasing age: only generalized spikes were usual after 7 years of age. No significant differences were found in the appearance of focal findings between hemispheres.
The inflow resistanee (Rif) extends from the arteries to the veins. The outflow resistanee (Rof) is aeross the bridging veins and lateral laeunae . (from Neurosurgery 13: 482-498, 1983 with permission) Pathophysiology 45 expanding mass, hypoxia, hypercarbia, excessive arterial hypertension or shock. The relationship of intracranial pressure (ICP) to the vascular bed is reviewed , particularly as regards the differences between the volume-pressure response and CSF pulse pressure in determining intracranial compliance.
In our experience the use of spectral analysis in the NICU has met with only limited success, primarily because the change in the CSFPW is stereotyped and need not reflect the clinical status of the patient. (J Pediatr Neurosei 4: 227-250, 1988) Key words: CSF pulse wave, Intracranial pressure, Myogenic autoregulation, Compliance, Starling resistor Relationship Between Plateau Waves and Respiration: Experimental study in kaolin-induced hydrocephalic dogs with normal intracranial pressure Yukihiko UEDA, Takashi MATSUMOTO, Mitsuhito MASE, and Hajime NAGAI Department of Neurosurgery , Nagoya City University Medical School, Nagoya, Japan Plateau waves are often observed in patients with "normal pressure hydrocephalus" during continuous monitoring of intracranial pressure (ICP).