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Annual Review of Hydrocephalus

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This volume contains 114 representative works on hydrocephalus which are co11ected from 28 listed journals and books in the field of neuroscience published in 1987. We express our sincere thanks to a11 authors, listed publishers and editorial boards for their cooperation and permission on this publication. It is our pleasure if this book willprovide you with an up-to-date review of the works on hydrocephalus. The editors ACKNOWLEDGMENT Greatful acknowledgments for permission to reproduce copyright material are made to the editors and the publishers Iisted below: Acta Neurochirurgica: Springer-Verlag, Wien Acta Neurologica Scandinavica: Munksgaard International Publishers Ltd. American Journal of Medical Genetics: Alan R. Liss, Inc. American Journal of Neuroradiology (AJNR): American Roentgen Ray Society Archives of Disease in Childhood: British Medical Association House Brain and Development: (Official Journal) The Japanese Society of Child Neurology Child's Nervous System: Springer-Verlag, Berlin Clinical Genetics: Munksgaard International Publishers Ltd. CT KenkyulProgress in Computerized Tomography: Neuron Publishing Co. Ikakikaigaku: The Medical Instrument Society of Japan Journal of Computer Assisted Tomography: Raven Press, New York Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry: British Medical Journal Journal of Neurosurgery: The American Association of Neurological Surgeons Journal of Pediatric Neurosciences: Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg Journal of Pediatric Surgery: Grune & Stratton, Inc.

Hydrocephalus is a condition in which there is an abnormally large volume of cerebrospinal fluid within the skull. This volume is a collection of 114 articles on the subject taken from 28 journals and books in the field of neuroscience.


(1) Neural Tube Defects: Some remarks on the possible role of glycosaminoglycans in the genesis of the dysraphic state, the anomaly in the configuration of the posterior cranial fossa and hydrocephalus.- (2) A Laboratory Model of Shunt-dependent Hydrocephalus: Development and biomechanical characterization.- (3) Changes in Cerebral Microvasculature in Congenital Hydrocephalus of the Inbred Rat LEW/Jms: Light and electron microscopic examination.- (4) Pathological Studies on the Brain of Congenital Hydrocephalic Rats.- (5) Experimental Chronic Subdural Hematoma in Mice: Gross morphology and light microscopic observations.- (6) Influence of the Rate of Ventricular Enlargement on the White Matter Water Content in Progressive Feline Hydrocephalus.- (7) Cerebral Water Content in Silicone Oil-induced Hydrocephalic Rabbits.- (8) Chronic Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in Conscious Hydrocephalic Rabbits.- (9) Histochemical Study of Acetylcholinesterase Activity in the Hippocampus of Rats with Kaolin-induced Hydrocephalus: A preliminary report.- (1) CSF Hydrodynamics after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (2) Quantitative Evaluations of Disturbances in Cerebrospinal Fluid Circulation with Indium-111 Cisternography: A clinical study.- (3) Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (4) Effects of Hyperoxia, Glycerol and Ventricular Drainage on ICP and CBF in Patients with Increased ICP Due to Hydrocephalus.- (5) Postsurgical Disappearance of Dementia without Increased Cerebral Blood Flow in Hydrocephalic Patients.- (6) Progressive Ventricular Enlargement in Cats in the Absence of Transmantle Pressure Gradients.- (7) Resistance to Cerebrospinal Fluid Outflow and Intracranial Pressure in Patients with Hydrocephalus after Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.- (8) Intracranial Pressure Estimation by Palpation of the Anterior Fontanelle.- (9) Absence of Hydrocephalus in Spite of Impaired Cerebrospinal Fluid Absorption and Severe Intracranial Hypertension.- (10) Biomechanics of Hydrocephalus: A new theoretical model.- (11) The X-linked Syndrome of Hydrocephalus and Mental Retardation.- (12) A Male Infant with Holoprosencephaly, Associated with Ring Chromosome 21.- (13) Congenital Fourth Ventricular Midline Outlet Obstruction: Report of two cases.- (14) Pathophysiological and Clinical Features of "Destruction Hydrocephalus".- (1) Head Circumference Graphs: Revision based on the report of the Japanese Ministry of Public Welfare in 1980.- (2) Macewen's Sign: "The cracked pot sound".- (3) Hydrolethalus Syndrome: Report of an apparent mild case, literature review, and differential diagnosis.- (4) Three Adult Siblings of Gaucher's Disease with Corneal Opacities, Deafness, Valvular Heart Disease, Deformed Toes, Communicating Hydrocephalus and Leptomeningeal Thickening.- (5) Intracranial Hypo and Hypertension as a Cause of Blindness in a Hydrocephalic Child.- (6) Myelopathy Secondary to Congenital Osteopetrosis of the Cervical Spine.- (7) Spontaneous Cerebrospinal Fluid Otorrhea in Association with an Aqueductal Stenosis.- (8) Sudden Death in Hydrocephalic Spina Bifida Aperta Patients.- (1) Cranial Base Morphology in Untreated Hydrocephalics.- (2) CT Ventriculography to Control the Passage of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- (3) Observation of the CSF Pulsatile Flow on MRI (1): ECG-triggered MRI and CSF pulsatile flow.- (4) Observation of CSF Pulsatile Flow in MRI: The signal void phenomenon.- (5) A Nonplanimetric Technique for Measuring Fluid Volumes Using MR Imaging: Phantom results.- (6) Magnetic Resonance Relaxation Times of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- (7) Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Cerebral Aqueduct.- (8) MR Evaluation of Hydrocephalus.- (9) Magnetic Resonance Imagings of Alobar and Semilobar Holopresencephaly.- (10) Changes in the Lateral Ventricle with the Head Position: Ultrasonographic observation.- (11) Intrauterine Hydrocephalus: A report of 4 cases diagnosed by ultrasound.- (12) Fetal Subdural Hematoma: Diagnosis in utero.- (1) A New Approach in the Treatment of Hydrocephalus.- (2) Selection of Shunt Systems and Improvement of Techniques on Shunt Operations of Hydrocephalic Children.- (3) Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunting for Hydrocephalus: A retrospective analysis.- (4) Ventriculojugular Shunt against the Direction of Blood Flow, III: Operative technique and results.- (5) Ventricular-gallbladder Shunts: An alternative procedure in hydrocephalus.- (6) Lumboperitoneal Shunt for the Treatment of Hydrocephalus in Premature Infants.- (7) A New Disposable Draping Set and Draping Technique for Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunt.- (8) Shunt in High-risk Newborns.- (9) Danish Experience with the One-piece Shunt: A long-term follow-up.- (10) Calcium Deposits on CSF Shunts: Clinical observations and ultrastructural analysis.- (11) Malfunction of V-P Shunt System Equipped with Antisiphon Device in Normal-pressure Hydrocephalus.- (12) Valvography in the Assessment of Hydrocephalus Shunt Function in Children.- (13) Dynamic Changes of Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Flow in Patient's Daily Life.- (14) Causal Factors of Shunt Revision in Nontumoral Hydrocephalus.- (15) A Case of Reversible Porencephalic Cyst during Malfunction of VP Shunt.- (16) Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Infections in Children.- (17) Bacterial Adhesion to Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunts.- (18) Obstructive Hydrocephalus Treated by Ventriculocystocorticostoma.- (19) Intraventricular Vancomycin in the Treatment of Ventriculitis Associated with Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunting and Drainage.- (20) Intragastric Migration of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Catheter.- (21) Intrahepatic Migration of a Peritoneal Shunt Catheter: Case report.- (22) Peroral Extrusion of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Catheter.- (23) Extrusion of Peritoneal Catheter through the Anus.- (24) Liver Abscess Secondary to Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt.- (25) Audible Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow through a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt: Report of two cases.- (26) Infantile Hydrocephalus and the Slit Ventricle Syndrome in Early Infancy.- (27) Slit-ventricle Syndrome Presenting Spells of Respiratory Distress and Consciousness Disturbance, Associated with Significant Elevation of Intracranial Pressure.- (28) Slit-ventricle Syndrome: Review of 15 cases.- (29) Pericerebral Collections after Shunting.- (30) Acute Subdural Hematoma of Arterial Origin in a Patient with a Lumboperitoneal Shunt.- (31) Anti-siphon Device in Hydrocephalus for Preventing Post-shunt Subdural Hematoma.- (32) The Isolated Lateral Ventricle.- (33) Trapped Fourth Ventricle in an Adult: Radiographic findings and surgical treatment.- (34) Communicating Fourth Ventricular Hydrocephalus: Case report.- (35) The "Keyhole": A sign of herniation of a trapped fourth ventricle and other posterior fossa cysts.- (36) Isolated Fourth Ventricle: Report of an adult case with an unusual clinical course.- (37) Treatment of Intrauterine Hydrocephalus.- (38) Cytogenetic Evaluation of Fetal Death: The role of amniocentesis.- (1) Overt Hydrocephalus at Birth: Origin and outcome.- (2) Factors Affecting Intellectual Outcome in Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients.- (1) The Significance of Ventriculomegaly in the Newborn with Myelodysplasia.- (2) Early Repair of Myelomeningocele and Simultaneous Insertion of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt: Technique and results.- (3) One-stage Meningomyelocele Closure and Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Placement.- (4) Syringomyelia in Childhood.- (5) Management of Chiari II Complications in Infants with Myelomeningocele.- (6) Adult Manifestation of the Dandy-Walker Syndrome.- (7) Retroflexed Holoprosencephaly: X-ray CT findings and MRI findings.- (8) A Case of Holoprosencephaly Accompanied with Dysgenesis of the Cerebellum.- (9) Hydrocephalus Due to Membranous Obstruction of Magendie's Foramen.- (10) Shunt Dependent CSF Absorption after Cyst-peritoneal Shunt in Patients with Arachnoid Cyst.- (11) Craniometaphyseal Dysplasia Associated with Hydrocephalus: Case report.- (12) Hemiventriculomegaly and Hemicranial Expansion in Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome: A new pathophysiological concept of progressive unilateral hydrocephalus.- (13) The Interventricular Extension of Choroid Plexus Papillomas.- (14) Choroid Plexus Papilloma Found 6 Years after Initial V-P Shunt Treatment for Hydrocephalus.- (15) Periaqueductal Tumor as a Cause of Late-onset Aqueductal Stenosis.- (16) Astrocytoma of the Cerebral Aqueduct: Case report.- (17) Intraspinal Tumors Associated with Hydrocephalus.- (18) Acute Hydrocephalus after Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (19) Hydrocephalus after Spontaneous Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.- (20) Spontaneous Intracerebellar Hematoma during Childhood.- (21) Craniosynostosis and Hydrocephalus.- (22) Hydrocephalus Secondary to Cysticercotic Arachnoiditis.- (23) Primary Phycomycosis of the Brain in Heroin Addicts.- (24) Post-traumatic Hydrocephalus in Children: Pathophysiology and classification.- (25) Hydrocephalus Caused by Chronic Encapsulated Hematoma in the Lateral Ventricle: Case report of a newborn infant.- (26) Traumatic Intraventricular Haemorrhage.- (27) Clinical Consideration of Extreme Craniocerebral Disproportion Due to Severe Subdural Fluid Collection in Childhood.- (28) Infantile Subdural Effusion: A phenomenon of "regional destruction of major CSF pathways-Pathophysiological studies with quantitative relativity analysis of CSF dynamics and dynamic analysis of intracranical pressure gradients-.- (29) Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Associated with Spinal Cord Tumor.- (30) A Case of Relapsing Polychondritis with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (31) Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus in Children and Young Adults.- Author Index.

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Titre: Annual Review of Hydrocephalus
Code EAN: 9783662111543
ISBN: 3662111543
Format: Couverture cartonnée
Genre: Médecine
nombre de pages: 188
Poids: 414g
Taille: H254mm x B203mm x T10mm
Année: 2014
Auflage: Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990