aqueductal stenosis

Preliminary results from the International Infant Hydrocephalus Study

There are two common treatment options available for infants that suffer from Aqueductal stenosis: implantation of a shunt or an endoscopic third ventriculostomy

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x chromosome

Finding Our Way with L1CAM

The causes of hydrocephalus are varied, but one with a clear genetic linkage is X-linked hydrocephalus, a genetic disorder that occurs in about 1 of 30,000 births.

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Hydrocephalus Video Blog Parents

Through a Mother’s Eyes: Three Children, Two with Hydrocephalus

In this video blog episode, Debby shares her daughters’ diagnoses of hydrocephalus and briefly discusses their journey and the various causes of hydrocephalus, including genetics.

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Congratulations 2013-2014 Brian Christopher Newcomer Reaching for Racquets Tennis Scholarship Recipients!

The Hydrocephalus Association is so pleased to announce the 2013-2014 Brian Christopher Newcomer Reaching for Racquets Tennis Scholarship Recipients!

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Hydrocephalus Queen

Hydro Queen

Karly Rodriguez wrote this powerful and honest poem one month prior to her ETV procedure, after being diagnosed with hydrocephalus in 2012.

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Dr. Podvin Responds to a Question About Her Research

Dr. Sonia Podvin takes the time to answer a question from a recent blog about her work entitled, “Research UPDATE: Investigating Alternative Treatment Options for Hydrocephalus.”

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