Origins of Cerebral Palsy

J Gordon Millichap
1989 Pediatric Neurology Briefs  
In one attack in which the patient experienced several typical episodes of right hand and right chest paresthesias, headache, and blurred vision the simultaneous intracranial pressure readings were elevated to a maximum of 580 irm H20. The pressure was sustained for approximately 2 minutes; as it decreased the patient's synptcms abated. Following posterior fossa decompression and a CI to C3 laminectomy the pressure was relieved and the patient was asynptcmatic.
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