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Hydrocephalus

by Amaya Velazquez | 19 June 2013
Category: Science Academic
Hydrocephalus as a clinical entity is usually defined as the presence of an excess amount of water (CSF, cerebrospinal fluid) resulting in increased pressure inside the head with variable clinico-pathological implications. In this book, the authors discuss the symptoms, treatment and potential complications of hydrocephalus. Topics include the features and management of hydrocephalus; normal-pressure hydrocephalus as a common source of elderly incontinence with brain aetiology; paediatric hydrocephalus; and haemorrhagic hydrocephalus.
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Hydrocephalus as a clinical entity is usually defined as the presence of an excess amount of water (CSF, cerebrospinal fluid) resulting in increased pressure inside the head with variable clinico-pathological implications. In this book, the authors discuss the symptoms, treatment and potential complications of hydrocephalus. Topics include the features and management of hydrocephalus; normal-pressure hydrocephalus as a common source of elderly incontinence with brain aetiology; paediatric hydrocephalus; and haemorrhagic hydrocephalus.
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Hydrocephalus as a clinical entity is usually defined as the presence of an excess amount of water (CSF, cerebrospinal fluid) resulting in increased pressure inside the head with variable clinico-pathological implications. In this book, the authors discuss the symptoms, treatment and potential complications of hydrocephalus. Topics include the features and management of hydrocephalus; normal-pressure hydrocephalus as a common source of elderly incontinence with brain aetiology; paediatric hydrocephalus; and haemorrhagic hydrocephalus.

Product Details

Hydrocephalus

ISBN9781624177255

Format

PublisherNOVA SCIENCE PUBLISHERS (19 June. 2013)

No. of Pages80

Weight204

Language English (United States)

Dimensions 230 x 155 x 6