Sadip Pant

Dr Sadip Pant is currently affiliated to Department of Internal Medicine, University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences, USA. He graduated from Manipal College of Medical Sciences and has an outstanding clinical career. Besides being an excellent physician, he has a keen interest in translational research. He has published numerous papers in peer reviewed international journals, directed many book chapters and serves as a reviewer for McGill Journal of Medicine, Internet Journal of Medical Update, International Journal of Applied and Basic Medical Research, Calicut Medical Journal, Pan African Medical Journal and Journal of Bioengineering and Biomedical Research. Dr Pant is also a member of American Medical Association, American College of Physicians, Massachusetts Medical Society, Nepal Medical Association.

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Description of hydrocephalus can be found in ancient medical literature from Egypt as old as 500 AD. Hydrocephalus is characterized by abnormal accumulation of cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) in the ventricles of the brain. This results in the rise of intracranial pressure inside the skull causing progressive increase in the size of the head, seizure, tunneling of vision, and mental disability. The clinical presentation of hydrocephalus varies with age of onset and chronicity of the underlying disease process. Acute dilatation of the ventricular system manifests with features of raised intracranial pressure while chronic dilatation has a more insidious onset presenting as Adams triad. Treatment is generally surgical by creating various types of cerebral shunts. Role of endoscopic has emerged lately in the management of hydrocephalus.

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