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Clinical and Morphological Studies on the Development of Hydrocephalus in Adults

  • H.-E. Clar
  • H.-E. Nau
  • V. Reinhardt
  • L. Gerhard
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Neurosurgery book series (NEURO, volume 4)

Abstract

Fluid dynamics of CSF in adult hydrocephalus is quite different compared to the conditions of hydrocephalus in infants (2). Main reasons for the difference between adult and infantile hydrocephalus are the closed cranial sutures and the physical properties of grey and especially of white matter in adults.

Keywords

Status Epilepticus Subarachnoidal Space Fourth Ventricle Cerebellar White Matter Brain Substance 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • H.-E. Clar
  • H.-E. Nau
  • V. Reinhardt
  • L. Gerhard

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