Non-invasive brain pressure measurement treats brain as a tuned circuit

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Japanese scientist have treated the brain like a tuned circuit to get accurate intracranial pressure (ICP) measurements without invasive surgery. ICP is a valuable parameter, for example in neurosurgery, neurology and emergency medicine. It can only usually be measured by inserting an intracranial catheter. Medical Doctors at Shinshu University have found a way to deduce the …

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