By James M. Drake, D. Gordon Potts, Claude Lemaire (auth.), Satoshi Matsumoto M.D., Kiyoshi Sato M.D., Norihiko Tamaki M.D., Shizuo Oi M.D. (eds.)
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Its pre sence in two (three) of the five siblings born to physically normal parents suggests autosomal recessive inheritance of this MCNMR syndrome in which Dandy-Walker malformation is an important feature. (Clinical Genetics 36: 451-455 , 1989) Key words: Hydrocephaly , Dandy-Walker malformation , Mental retardation , Autosomal recessive inheritance Cerebral Ventricular Enlargement Relates to Neuropsychological Measures in Unselected AIDS Patients J. JAKOBSEN, C. GYLDENSTED , B. BRUN, P. BRUHN, S.
Recently, we proposed that the xanthine, hypoxanthine, and total oxypurine levels in CSF can be used in cases of hydrocephalus as guides for thereapeutic action and monitor its progress . The xanthine, hypoxanthine, and total oxypurine levels were determined in the CSF of 28 hydrocephalic patients (age from newborn to 2 years) and 8 healthy controls using HPLC. The Evans' index, the mean weekly increase in cranial circumference, and the intracranial pressure were also measured. Of the hydrocephalic patients 13 were self-compensated and the other 15 had a shunt implanted during the course of the study.
29 nmol/l, respectively. 79 nmol/l, respectively . 82 nmol/l. 001). 25 cm, respectively . 95 cm. 001) . 80 nmol/l, respectively . 001). We think that the two criteria (clinical and biochemical) are equally useful for the prediction of self-compensation in hydrocephalic children and that the oxypurine values after shunt implantation can be used to monitor progress in noncompensated cases. (Child's Nerv Syst 5: 361-363, 1989) Key words: Hydrocephalus, Hypoxanthine, Xanthine, Oxypurines, Cerebrospinal fluid Table.
Annual Review of Hydrocephalus: Volume 8 1990 by James M. Drake, D. Gordon Potts, Claude Lemaire (auth.), Satoshi Matsumoto M.D., Kiyoshi Sato M.D., Norihiko Tamaki M.D., Shizuo Oi M.D. (eds.)