Nancy was born with meningitis, septicemia, and hydrocephalus.
There is no consumption nor scrofula, and insanity and hydrocephalus are rare.
I suppose the same must happen on compressing the hydrocephalus externus?
Compression, infraction, hydrocephalus, and meningocele are common.
"hydrocephalus," he muttered with set jaw and drawn eyebrows.
Might not the foxglove be serviceable in hydrocephalus internus, in hydrocele, and in white swellings of the joints?
Every form of hydrocephalus may follow the rachitical process.
One woman, suffering from hydrocephalus, sat in a little cart, the dolorous motions of her head bespeaking her grievous malady.
We commence with hydrocephalus, which he remarks has been divided into an acute and chronic form.
When a whole family is swept away by hydrocephalus, I suspect it is intimately connected with this strumous taint.'
hydrocephalus hy·dro·ceph·a·lus (hī'drō-sěf'ə-ləs) or hy·dro·ceph·a·ly (-lē)
A usually congenital condition in which an abnormal accumulation of fluid in the cerebral ventricles causes enlargement of the skull and compression of the brain, destroying much of the neural tissue.
|hydrocephalus (hī'drō-sěf'ə-ləs) also hydrocephaly|
A usually congenital condition in which an abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid in the cerebral ventricles causes enlargement of the skull and compression of and injury to brain tissue. If hydrocephalus becomes progressive, a shunt is surgically placed to reduce pressure by conducting fluid away from the brain, usually to the peritoneum.
hydrocephalic adjective (hī'drō-sə-fāl'ĭk)