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Iowa report were unassociated with otitis or other infection, trauma, or predisposing illness. The advent of antibiotics and virtual abolition of mastoiditis and "otitic hydrocephalus" accounts for the change in frequency of predisposing causes and the increase in "idiopathic" cases. For a recent major review of pediatric pseudotumor cerebri, see Lessell S. Survey of Ophthalmology 1992:37:155-1661. Combined therapy with acetazolamide (37 -100 mg/kg/daily) and furosemide (1 mg/kg/daily) wasdoi:10.15844/pedneurbriefs-8-5-7 fatcat:ls2psuozfrb4tirfouhux4oo4e