External hydrocephalus in a set of triplets

Camerota, Anthony J.; Rash, F.C.
April 1994
Clinical Pediatrics;Apr1994, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p255
Academic Journal
Describes a case of external hydrocephalus in a set of triplets. Subject characteristics. Cranial ultrasound; Increase of fluids in the hemispheres; Study recommendations.


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