Benign external hydrocephalus: a review, with emphasis on management

Abstract

Benign external hydrocephalus in infants, characterized by macrocephaly and typical neuroimaging findings, is considered as a self-limiting condition and is therefore rarely treated. This review concerns all aspects of this condition: etiology, neuroimaging, symptoms and clinical findings, treatment, and outcome, with emphasis on management. The review is… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10143-011-0327-4

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