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Information Monday: Hydrocephalus symptoms in infants
Today, I am going to explain the symptoms of Hydrocephalus in Infants.
The signs and symptoms of Hydrocephalus include:
. Changes in the head
. An unusually large head
. An increase in the head.
Physical signs and symptoms
. Nausea and vomiting
. Sleepiness or sluggishness
. poor eating. seizures. problems with muscle tone and strength
Next week, I’m going to talk about toddlers and older children.
Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus is a brain disorder. The excess accumulates in the brain’s Ventricles. It causes thinking problems, difficulty walking, and loss of bladder control.
Next week, I am going to explain the symptoms of Hydrocephalus.
Today I am going to talk about Hydrocephalus ex-vacuo.
Today, I’m going to explain what non-communicating Hydrocephalus is.
Non-Hydrocephalus is also called obstructive Hydrocephalus. It occurs when the flow of CSF is blocked after it exits the ventricles. The word “communicating” refers to the fact that CSF can still flow between the ventricles, which remains open.
Next week, I’m going to explain what normal pressure Hydrocephalus is.
Communicating Hydrocephalus occurs when the flow of CSF is blocked after it exits the ventricles. It’s called communicating Hydrocephalus because the CSF can still flow between the ventricles, the passages between which remain open.