Unilateral hydrocephalus is a unique condition, the more so when limited to a portion of one ventricle. By unilateral hydrocephalus is ordinarily meant a condition that results from obstruction at the foramen of Monro. It differs but little from the bilateral type, except that in the latter the obstruction is lower down. The mechanism of these obstructive forms has been shown by Dandy.1 But when the condition is unilateral and no obstruction is present, further study must be made to determine its cause. Such a study forms the basis of this report.
REPORT OF CASE
—P. D., a man, aged 62, was admitted to the neurological wards of the Philadelphia General Hospital, Oct. 16, 1921, complaining of paralysis of the right arm and leg, inability to control the bladder and bowels, and difficulty in talking. No history could be obtained from him because of his lack of knowledge
WINKELMAN NW, ECKEL JL. PATHOLOGY AND PATHOGENESIS OF UNILATERAL INTERNAL HYDROCEPHALUSREPORT OF A CASE. Arch NeurPsych. 1924;12(2):187-197. doi:10.1001/archneurpsyc.1924.02200020060006