October 2013

Introduction

Intracranial Hypotension: Diagnosis and Treatment

Jeffrey Ross

Jeffrey Ross

The Agony of Aliquorrhea

Intracranial hypotension can occur in a variety of clinical settings and can be grouped by primary or secondary etiologies. We are generally quite familiar with the secondary type of intracranial hypotension, related to prior cranial or spinal surgery, trauma, or prior lumbar puncture, as a cause of postural headache. The primary … more »