Annual Review of Hydrocephalus, Softcover reprint of the original 1st ed. 1990
Volume 6 1988

Coordinators: Matsumoto Satoshi, Sato Kiyoshi, Tamaki Norihiko, Oi Shizuo

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Annual review of hydrocephalus vi: 1988
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(1) Neural Tube Defects: Some remarks on the possible role of glycosaminoglycans in the genesis of the dysraphic state, the anomaly in the configuration of the posterior cranial fossa and hydrocephalus.- (2) A Laboratory Model of Shunt-dependent Hydrocephalus: Development and biomechanical characterization.- (3) Changes in Cerebral Microvasculature in Congenital Hydrocephalus of the Inbred Rat LEW/Jms: Light and electron microscopic examination.- (4) Pathological Studies on the Brain of Congenital Hydrocephalic Rats.- (5) Experimental Chronic Subdural Hematoma in Mice: Gross morphology and light microscopic observations.- (6) Influence of the Rate of Ventricular Enlargement on the White Matter Water Content in Progressive Feline Hydrocephalus.- (7) Cerebral Water Content in Silicone Oil-induced Hydrocephalic Rabbits.- (8) Chronic Intracranial Pressure Monitoring in Conscious Hydrocephalic Rabbits.- (9) Histochemical Study of Acetylcholinesterase Activity in the Hippocampus of Rats with Kaolin-induced Hydrocephalus: A preliminary report.- (1) CSF Hydrodynamics after Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (2) Quantitative Evaluations of Disturbances in Cerebrospinal Fluid Circulation with Indium-111 Cisternography: A clinical study.- (3) Regional Cerebral Blood Flow in Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (4) Effects of Hyperoxia, Glycerol and Ventricular Drainage on ICP and CBF in Patients with Increased ICP Due to Hydrocephalus.- (5) Postsurgical Disappearance of Dementia without Increased Cerebral Blood Flow in Hydrocephalic Patients.- (6) Progressive Ventricular Enlargement in Cats in the Absence of Transmantle Pressure Gradients.- (7) Resistance to Cerebrospinal Fluid Outflow and Intracranial Pressure in Patients with Hydrocephalus after Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.- (8) Intracranial Pressure Estimation by Palpation of the Anterior Fontanelle.- (9) Absence of Hydrocephalus in Spite of Impaired Cerebrospinal Fluid Absorption and Severe Intracranial Hypertension.- (10) Biomechanics of Hydrocephalus: A new theoretical model.- (11) The X-linked Syndrome of Hydrocephalus and Mental Retardation.- (12) A Male Infant with Holoprosencephaly, Associated with Ring Chromosome 21.- (13) Congenital Fourth Ventricular Midline Outlet Obstruction: Report of two cases.- (14) Pathophysiological and Clinical Features of “Destruction Hydrocephalus”.- (1) Head Circumference Graphs: Revision based on the report of the Japanese Ministry of Public Welfare in 1980.- (2) Macewen’s Sign: “The cracked pot sound”.- (3) Hydrolethalus Syndrome: Report of an apparent mild case, literature review, and differential diagnosis.- (4) Three Adult Siblings of Gaucher’s Disease with Corneal Opacities, Deafness, Valvular Heart Disease, Deformed Toes, Communicating Hydrocephalus and Leptomeningeal Thickening.- (5) Intracranial Hypo and Hypertension as a Cause of Blindness in a Hydrocephalic Child.- (6) Myelopathy Secondary to Congenital Osteopetrosis of the Cervical Spine.- (7) Spontaneous Cerebrospinal Fluid Otorrhea in Association with an Aqueductal Stenosis.- (8) Sudden Death in Hydrocephalic Spina Bifida Aperta Patients.- (1) Cranial Base Morphology in Untreated Hydrocephalics.- (2) CT Ventriculography to Control the Passage of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- (3) Observation of the CSF Pulsatile Flow on MRI (1): ECG-triggered MRI and CSF pulsatile flow.- (4) Observation of CSF Pulsatile Flow in MRI: The signal void phenomenon.- (5) A Nonplanimetric Technique for Measuring Fluid Volumes Using MR Imaging: Phantom results.- (6) Magnetic Resonance Relaxation Times of Cerebrospinal Fluid.- (7) Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Cerebral Aqueduct.- (8) MR Evaluation of Hydrocephalus.- (9) Magnetic Resonance Imagings of Alobar and Semilobar Holopresencephaly.- (10) Changes in the Lateral Ventricle with the Head Position: Ultrasonographic observation.- (11) Intrauterine Hydrocephalus: A report of 4 cases diagnosed by ultrasound.- (12) Fetal Subdural Hematoma: Diagnosis in utero.- (1) A New Approach in the Treatment of Hydrocephalus.- (2) Selection of Shunt Systems and Improvement of Techniques on Shunt Operations of Hydrocephalic Children.- (3) Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunting for Hydrocephalus: A retrospective analysis.- (4) Ventriculojugular Shunt against the Direction of Blood Flow, III: Operative technique and results.- (5) Ventricular-gallbladder Shunts: An alternative procedure in hydrocephalus.- (6) Lumboperitoneal Shunt for the Treatment of Hydrocephalus in Premature Infants.- (7) A New Disposable Draping Set and Draping Technique for Ventriculo-Peritoneal Shunt.- (8) Shunt in High-risk Newborns.- (9) Danish Experience with the One-piece Shunt: A long-term follow-up.- (10) Calcium Deposits on CSF Shunts: Clinical observations and ultrastructural analysis.- (11) Malfunction of V-P Shunt System Equipped with Antisiphon Device in Normal-pressure Hydrocephalus.- (12) Valvography in the Assessment of Hydrocephalus Shunt Function in Children.- (13) Dynamic Changes of Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Flow in Patient’s Daily Life.- (14) Causal Factors of Shunt Revision in Nontumoral Hydrocephalus.- (15) A Case of Reversible Porencephalic Cyst during Malfunction of VP Shunt.- (16) Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Infections in Children.- (17) Bacterial Adhesion to Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunts.- (18) Obstructive Hydrocephalus Treated by Ventriculocystocorticostoma.- (19) Intraventricular Vancomycin in the Treatment of Ventriculitis Associated with Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunting and Drainage.- (20) Intragastric Migration of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Catheter.- (21) Intrahepatic Migration of a Peritoneal Shunt Catheter: Case report.- (22) Peroral Extrusion of a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Catheter.- (23) Extrusion of Peritoneal Catheter through the Anus.- (24) Liver Abscess Secondary to Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt.- (25) Audible Cerebrospinal Fluid Flow through a Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt: Report of two cases.- (26) Infantile Hydrocephalus and the Slit Ventricle Syndrome in Early Infancy.- (27) Slit-ventricle Syndrome Presenting Spells of Respiratory Distress and Consciousness Disturbance, Associated with Significant Elevation of Intracranial Pressure.- (28) Slit-ventricle Syndrome: Review of 15 cases.- (29) Pericerebral Collections after Shunting.- (30) Acute Subdural Hematoma of Arterial Origin in a Patient with a Lumboperitoneal Shunt.- (31) Anti-siphon Device in Hydrocephalus for Preventing Post-shunt Subdural Hematoma.- (32) The Isolated Lateral Ventricle.- (33) Trapped Fourth Ventricle in an Adult: Radiographic findings and surgical treatment.- (34) Communicating Fourth Ventricular Hydrocephalus: Case report.- (35) The “Keyhole”: A sign of herniation of a trapped fourth ventricle and other posterior fossa cysts.- (36) Isolated Fourth Ventricle: Report of an adult case with an unusual clinical course.- (37) Treatment of Intrauterine Hydrocephalus.- (38) Cytogenetic Evaluation of Fetal Death: The role of amniocentesis.- (1) Overt Hydrocephalus at Birth: Origin and outcome.- (2) Factors Affecting Intellectual Outcome in Pediatric Brain Tumor Patients.- (1) The Significance of Ventriculomegaly in the Newborn with Myelodysplasia.- (2) Early Repair of Myelomeningocele and Simultaneous Insertion of Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt: Technique and results.- (3) One-stage Meningomyelocele Closure and Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Placement.- (4) Syringomyelia in Childhood.- (5) Management of Chiari II Complications in Infants with Myelomeningocele.- (6) Adult Manifestation of the Dandy-Walker Syndrome.- (7) Retroflexed Holoprosencephaly: X-ray CT findings and MRI findings.- (8) A Case of Holoprosencephaly Accompanied with Dysgenesis of the Cerebellum.- (9) Hydrocephalus Due to Membranous Obstruction of Magendie’s Foramen.- (10) Shunt Dependent CSF Absorption after Cyst-peritoneal Shunt in Patients with Arachnoid Cyst.- (11) Craniometaphyseal Dysplasia Associated with Hydrocephalus: Case report.- (12) Hemiventriculomegaly and Hemicranial Expansion in Klippel-Trenaunay-Weber Syndrome: A new pathophysiological concept of progressive unilateral hydrocephalus.- (13) The Interventricular Extension of Choroid Plexus Papillomas.- (14) Choroid Plexus Papilloma Found 6 Years after Initial V-P Shunt Treatment for Hydrocephalus.- (15) Periaqueductal Tumor as a Cause of Late-onset Aqueductal Stenosis.- (16) Astrocytoma of the Cerebral Aqueduct: Case report.- (17) Intraspinal Tumors Associated with Hydrocephalus.- (18) Acute Hydrocephalus after Aneurysmal Subarachnoid Hemorrhage.- (19) Hydrocephalus after Spontaneous Subarachnoid Haemorrhage.- (20) Spontaneous Intracerebellar Hematoma during Childhood.- (21) Craniosynostosis and Hydrocephalus.- (22) Hydrocephalus Secondary to Cysticercotic Arachnoiditis.- (23) Primary Phycomycosis of the Brain in Heroin Addicts.- (24) Post-traumatic Hydrocephalus in Children: Pathophysiology and classification.- (25) Hydrocephalus Caused by Chronic Encapsulated Hematoma in the Lateral Ventricle: Case report of a newborn infant.- (26) Traumatic Intraventricular Haemorrhage.- (27) Clinical Consideration of Extreme Craniocerebral Disproportion Due to Severe Subdural Fluid Collection in Childhood.- (28) Infantile Subdural Effusion: A phenomenon of “regional destruction of major CSF pathways—Pathophysiological studies with quantitative relativity analysis of CSF dynamics and dynamic analysis of intracranical pressure gradients—.- (29) Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Associated with Spinal Cord Tumor.- (30) A Case of Relapsing Polychondritis with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus.- (31) Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus in Children and Young Adults.- Author Index.