Workshop on Posthemorrhagic Hydrocephalus (PHH) proves the potential for researchers to alter the course of the development of hydrocephalus and its long-term outcomes.
The Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network begins enrolling patients in a new study that examines the best placement for a shunt in infants and children.
In a study published in the journal Brain, researchers find that the infusion of a naturally occurring protein can prevent the development of hydrocephalus after an intraventricular hemorrhage. The results show great promise in the work to develop a preventive therapy for the development of hydrocephalus, particularly in one of our most fragile populations, premature infants.
As the Hydrocephalus Association continues its interview series in commemoration of their 30th anniversary, Amanda Garzon, HA’s Communications and Marketing Manager, opens up about mothering a child with hydrocephalus and shares her personal reflections on the association.