Hydrocephalus or water on the brain is a common neurologic disorder affecting all age groups. It is due to abnormal accumulation of CSF in the brain, leading to different neurological manifestations. CSF accumulation is associated with increased intracranial pressue and has a typical clinical presentation. Forms are non-communicating hydrocephalus due to anatomical obstruction to the CSF flow within the ventricles, or communicating, where there is accumulation of CSF without any structural obstruction.
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Excellent lecture, this topic is well explained from physiopathology to management. Thanks!
I love his presentation style and details regarding the topic. He keep you engaged and information is retained the first time.
great lecture. I am now very clear on the differentials. Thanks
Nothing about what to look for on the scan, the exact diagnosis criteria, indicitons for treatment etc.