Minim Invasive Neurosurg 2006; 49(3): 184-186
DOI: 10.1055/s-2005-919162
Case Report
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Unilateral Hydrocephalus Due to Foramen of Monro Stenosis

G.  Dastgir1 , A.  Awad2 , A.  Salam2 , M.  Attia2
  • 1Neurosurgery Department, King Fahd General Hospital, Jeddha, Saudi Arabia
  • 2Neurosurgery Department, King Khalid Civilian Hospital, Tabuk, Saudi Arabia
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Publication History

Publication Date:
18 July 2006 (online)

Abstract

Unilateral lateral ventricular dilatation due to foramen of Monro stenosis or constriction can present with headache. Fundoscopy can be normal. This condition is congenital, radiological appraisal can disclose the diagnosis, and treatment depends upon the symptomatology. The condition can be treated well with insertion of a ventriculoperitoneal shunt.

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