Disproportionately large communicating fourth ventricle with syringomyelia: case report.


A 13-year-old boy presented with syringomyelia associated with disproportionately large communicating fourth ventricle (DLCFV) manifesting as symptoms attributable to hydrocephalus and characteristic posterior fossa symptoms. Magnetic resonance imaging demonstrated remarkable dilation of the fourth ventricle and syringomyelia. Ventriculoperitoneal shunting… (More)


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