History A Early Concepts Myths

Early references suggest that Hippocrates was aware of the condition now described as hydrocephalus. In 1768, Whytt published "Observations on the Dropsy in the Brain,'' in which he cited other writers as far back as the 13th century. Numerous herbal remedies were recommended in those times, though success rates were described as very low. Other treatments included head binding, leeching or bloodletting, injection of strong iodine solution into the ventricles, and exposure to the sun.

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