Could a genetic mutation explain why some people with congenital hydrocephalus experience neurological problems? That’s what a new study by Dr. Kristopher Kahle of Yale University suggests. The study was recently published in the journal, Neuron, and highlighted by Yale News. Read the full article
By understanding why and how these disruptions occur, scientists may be able to repair or replace abnormal junctions and prevent or arrest the development of hydrocephalus.