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Non-communicating hydrocephalus due to congenital aqueductal stenosis in an infant presenting as an irritable baby syndrome

July 14, 2014

A case is reported of an infant with a definitive diagnosis of hydrocephalus secondary to congenital stenosis of the Sylvan Aqueduct who presented to a chiropractor with colicky, irritable type symptoms. These symptoms ultimately proved to be unrelated to the raised intracranial pressure and were ameliorated by the application of one chiropractic adjustment. The literature

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