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Sandeep Kambhampati

Team Members:
  • Sandeep Kambhampati
  • Nicholas Theodore, MD
  • Amir Manbachi, PhD
  • Youseph Yazdi, PhD
  • Ian Suk
  • Sarah Lee


Spinal cord injury (SCI) affects approximately 2.5 million people worldwide. Ensuring the recurrence of blood flow to the spinal cord post-injury can greatly improve patient recovery outcomes. Doppler ultrasound has been shown to be a promising imaging modality for monitoring spinal cord blood flow post injury; however, methods to quantify perfusion in real time from ultrasound data are lacking. To this end, a perfusion quantification algorithm was developed so physicians can quickly and reliably monitor SCI blood flow using Doppler ultrasound in order to manage patient recovery.

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