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intraventricular hemmorrhage

R Korobkin
Rapidly enlarging head circumference is a standard clinical sign of progressive hydrocephalus in an infant. Six neonates 29 to 36 weeks gestational age, with intraventricular hemorrhage, confirmed by ventricular tap, had head circumferences measured at intervals from birth. The sudden appearance of rapidly expanding head size, not associated with changing clinical status, occurred 9 to 20 days after the estimated time of hemorrhage in all of the infants. Air ventriculography within three days of abnormal acceleration of head circumference growth demonstrated moderately to severely dilated ventricles...
July 1975: Pediatrics
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