The obstructive nature of pediatric hydrocephalus – results of a high-resolution MRI study

Martin U. Schuhmann, Zoltan Filip, Beate G. Ries & Thomas Nägele
Objective: Modern theories and approaches to hydrocephalus suggest that there is no malresorptive or communicating hydrocephalus. Traditionally all cases of hydrocephalus were termed mal- or aresorptive, if imaging did not reveal an obvious cause of intraventricular obstruction. Even standard MRI sequences,[for full text, please go to the a.m. URL]