The significance of morphological details for developmental outcome in infantile hydrocephalus

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Sixty-four infants were selected for evaluation of hydrocephalus and associated cerebral anomalies on CT scan; initial findings are compared with follow-up results after shunt therapy and correlated with psychomotor development. Analysis indicates that initial high-grade cortical thinning, the capability of the brain to recover after CSF diversion, and size… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/BF00270818

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