Hydrocephalus in infancy and childhood: diagnosis and indication for operation.

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Improvement of the prognosis for children suffering from hydrocephalus requires prompt diagnosis and reliable indication of surgical treatment. Today, intrauterine hydrocephalus is detectable within the first three months of pregnancy; in infancy, before the cranial sutures have fused, pathological growth of the head is the principal sign confirming… (More)

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@article{Gaab1984HydrocephalusII, title={Hydrocephalus in infancy and childhood: diagnosis and indication for operation.}, author={M. R. Gaab and Wolfgang Koos}, journal={Neuropediatrics}, year={1984}, volume={15 4}, pages={173-9} }