Pediatric Hydrocephalus

@inproceedings{zek2019PediatricH,
  title={Pediatric Hydrocephalus},
  author={M. Memet {\"O}zek and C Sainte-Rose},
  booktitle={Springer International Publishing},
  year={2019}
}
Hydrocephalus, as known as a disease process, is an ancient one. The disorder has described in cave paintings, in early manuscripts in antiquity, and in many clinical observations over the last 25 centuries. The treatment of hydrocephalus as a surgical disorder is very recent, only dating to the 1950s. Prior to this period, treatment surgically lead to the death of the patient in almost one hundred percent of the time. Our medical colleagues did not do much better. In this chapter, we review… 

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