Cerebral arachnoid cysts in children.

  title={Cerebral arachnoid cysts in children.},
  author={MichaelR. Harrison},
  journal={Journal of neurology, neurosurgery, and psychiatry},
  volume={34 3},
The case histories of 14 children are described in which hydrocephalus was found on investigation to be associated with a cyst of the posterior fossa or subarachnoid cisterns. The neuroradiological and histological findings are described. The cysts are considered to be developmental in origin. Their recognition and management are discussed. 

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