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Symptoms of hydrocephalus

The most characteristic feature of hydrocephalus - outpacing the growth of head circumference, resulting in a visually well-defined form of hydrocephalus skull, greatly increased in volume. In addition, a sign of hydrocephalus in the newborn can be stressful bulging fontanelle, rapid tilting of the head, the displacement of the ... Read more »

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Diagnosis of hydrocephalus

In the diagnosis of hydrocephalus is used computed tomography, magnetic resonance imaging study of the fundus, and lumbar puncture.


Usually, in chronic hydrocephalus of adults in the fundus changes are absent, because No increase in intracranial pressure. When lumbar puncture is ... Read more »
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Treatment of hydrocephalus

With the 50-ies XX-th century, the standard treatment for any form of hydrocephalus shunt surgery was to restore the movement of CSF fluid. Since the mid 80's a significant place in the treatment of hydrocephalus began to occupy endoscopic surgery.


Shunt operations are effective in more than 85% ... Read more »
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Craniosynostosis - Causes, Diagnosis, Treatment

The term "craniosynostosis" means the premature fusion of cranial sutures. Craniosynostosis usually manifests itself at birth, but not always, especially with moderate flow. The most common manifestations of craniosynostosis start out as a deformation in the first months of life. In addition to the cosmetic defect, craniosynostosis may lea ... Read more »

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Ischemic stroke (cerebral infarction)- Causes

The causes of ischemic stroke is most often either thrombosis or embolism it - blocked. Thrombosis usually develops in the vessel lumen which is already narrowed by atherosclerosis. The most frequent source of embolism - the heart. Such emboli may occur during atrial fibrillation, heart failure or myocardial infarction, sinc ... Read more »

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Diagnosis of ischemic stroke

Diagnosis of ischemic stroke is carried out as follows:


The first CT scan is carried out, as it is in almost all cases to distinguish hemorrhage from infarction. However, hemorrhagic infarction (heart attack bleeding in the area) are not always detected.

Magnetic reson ... Read more »

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Treatment of ischemic stroke

Treatment of ischemic stroke pursues its goal the restoration of the blood flow in brain arteries. For this purpose:


Anticoagulants. By anticoagulants include heparin (an anticoagulant line), or warfarin dikumarol (indirect anticoagulants). They are contraindicated in hemorrhag ... Read more »
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