Addenbrooke’s has launched a one-stop, multidisciplinary clinic to help identify and treat people with normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) and other cerebrospinal fluid disorders. NPH is caused by an abnormal build-up of fluid in the brain, and leads to memory loss, poor balance, and bladder problems.
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Professor Marek Czosnyka and Doctor Zofia Czosnyka recently delivered a training seminar on cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) dynamics. The virtual seminar was delivered to neurosurgical registrars and REVERT project partners. An overview of cerebrospinal fluid dynamics Prof. Czosnyka began the session with an overview of CSF
Interreg France (Channel) England have approved additional funding of EUR 55,000 for the REVERT project team to work on a motion capture app. They have awarded the funding to our project partners at the University of Artois, a team of mathematicians led by Dr Yaël
Dr Olivier Balédent (University of Picardy Jules Verne) gives an update in his own words. “The multidisciplinary team is now up and running at the University Hospital of Amiens and the University of Picardy Jules Verne, and the various facets of REVERT are coming together.
“One of the more important aspects in brain metabolism is the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) circulation. CSF is a brain fluid secreted as an ultrafiltrate by the choroid plexus. It has a very intricate physiology and is involved in hydrodynamic, metabolic and immunological aspects. The pathophysiology
Multidisciplinary hydrocephalus and CSF disorders clinic to launch at Cambridge University Hospitals
“We are delighted to announce our specialist multidisciplinary clinic for cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) disorders, established as part of the REVERT project. The clinic, held at Addenbooke’s Hospital and led by Mr Alexis Joannides, will involve the wider REVERT clinical team which we are progressing with
“For the past few months, the REVERT team at Obex Technologies has been developing software for the Hydrocephalus Management Portal, which will bring together onto a digital platform the many elements of the normal pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) patient pathway. Scoping meetings with key partners have
“Our neurosurgery team at Brest University Hospital are participating in the REVERT project to study intracranial pressure, which supports the diagnosis of hydrocephalus. This is a frequently discussed topic in neurosurgery consultations. We have already been developing a study protocol for the diagnosis of hydrocephalus
Dr Cyrille Capel (MD, PhD), neurosurgeon and Clinical Lead in France for the REVERT project “Here at the CHU Amiens-Picardie Neurosurgery Department (Prof. Peltier), we have set up a multimodal diagnostic pathway for hydrodynamic pathologies of the central nervous system, and more specifically for idiopathic