Classification

Hydrocephalus may be classified as acute or chronic (in acute, there are symptoms for weeks; in chronic, there are symptoms for months); communicating versus noncommunicating (in communicating hydro-cephalus, there is flow between the ventricular system and subarachnoid space; in noncommunicating hy-drocephalus, there is a block to flow within the ventricular cistern); congenital (acquired at birth) versus acquired; and normal pressure versus high pressure, a distinction that depends on the symptom complex.

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