External hydrocephalus in infants: six cases with MR venogram and flow quantification correlation

Abstract

The cause of external hydrocephalus in infants is largely unknown. However, familial macrocephaly and delayed maturation of the arachnoid granulations are thought to play a part in the idiopathic cases. Secondary cases of external hydrocephalus are associated with hemorrhage, meningitis, and elevated venous pressure. Recently, elevated venous pressure has… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00381-011-1549-z

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