chronic hydrocephalus

chronic hydrocephalus

Hydrocephalus due to a disturbance of formation, flow or absorption of CSF, leading to an increase in CSF volume in the CNS that develops over months to years.
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If a CPT is highly suspected in children, favorable treatment should be applied in timely fashion to prevent chronic hydrocephalus. Compression of the brain tissue by chronic hydrocephalus for a long period may affect the healthy development of the brain and the long-term prognosis of patients.
Pathological studies on the corpus callosum in acute and chronic hydrocephalus patients suggest a potential causative role of neuronal degeneration during hydrocephalus [36, 37].
HCP occurs in about one fifth of patients in the early course (acute in the first 3 days or subacute in the 4-14 days) of SAH, while chronic hydrocephalus happens in 10%-20% of patients later in the course of SAH (after 2 weeks).
Guo et al., "Chronic hydrocephalus and perihematomal tissue injury developed in a rat model of intracerebral hemorrhage with ventricular extension," Translational Stroke Research, vol.
The patients without shunts had significantly higher AF than the control subjects, suggesting the persistence of chronic hydrocephalus even at the long-term follow-up (Figure 3).
The causes of chronic hydrocephalus in cryptococcal meningoencephalitis patients remain unclear; however, some clues in the changes of CSF dynamics may be helpful for finding answers.
Second, gaps still exist between the causal relationships of chronic hydrocephalus and cryptococcal meningoencephalitis pathogenesis.
In the third patient, the cyst caused chronic hydrocephalus with intermittent symptoms of increased intracranial pressure.
Patients most commonly present with signs of intermittent, acute intracranial hypertension, but can present with chronic hydrocephalus. Cysts that cause neurological signs and symptoms are usually greater than 1.5 cm in diameter (Greenberg).
Influence of neuroendoscopic third ventriculostomy on the size of ventricles in chronic hydrocephalus. J Child Neurol.

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