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Hydrocephalus

 Hydrocephalus might be cerebrum condition that discovers its name from the Greek word for water (signifying "hydro") and head (signifying "cephalus"). It occurs if the cerebro-spinal liquid (CSF) — the unmistakable, water-like liquid that encompasses and pads the mind and funiculus — can't void from the cerebrum. It at that point pools, causing a reinforcement of liquid inside the bone. Once in a while spoken as "water on the cerebrum," this anomaly will cause infants' and little youngsters' heads to lump to hold the overflow liquid. More seasoned youngsters, whose skull bones have developed and amalgamated along, experience pounding cerebral pains attributable to increased weight inside the head. Whenever left immaculate.

 

 

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