Intraosseous infusion into the skull: potential application for the management of hydrocephalus.

@article{Pugh2007IntraosseousII,
  title={Intraosseous infusion into the skull: potential application for the management of hydrocephalus.},
  author={Jeffrey A. Pugh and Jonathan J Tyler and Thomas A. Churchill and Richard J Fox and Keith E. Aronyk},
  journal={Journal of neurosurgery},
  year={2007},
  volume={106 2 Suppl},
  pages={120-5}
}
OBJECT Hydrocephalus results from abnormal cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) volumes or flow patterns. The absorption of CSF is determined largely by pressures within veins and venous sinuses in the head and adjacent to the spine. Most surgical solutions for hydrocephalus involve diversion of excess CSF into alternative absorption sites, and most of these solutions… CONTINUE READING