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Understanding the pathophysiology and clinical implications of the Cushing reflex and other physical signs of increased intracranial pressure [Electronic version].
In IHH patients similar to ours whose venous disease was confirmed by radiological techniques and who are unresponsive to medical treatment, the next step is identifying whether the sinus stenosis is the cause or the consequence of the increased intracranial pressure.
Although increased intracranial pressure can lead to bilateral optic nerve swelling, it does not cause vitritis.
There were no clinical signs or symptoms of hypocalcemia or of increased intracranial pressure.
Early initiations of such measures, however, require identification of increased intracranial pressure.
If the air within the intracranial cavity becomes trapped by a "ball-valve" or "inverted pop bottle" mechanism, increased intracranial pressure may cause mass effect and neurologic deterioration.
Acoustic neuroma, because of its particular subtentorial location, is not associated with a high risk of increased intracranial pressure.
The labels for isotretinoin and prednisone include the risk of increased intracranial pressure, depression, insomnia, emotional instability, dizziness, and headache, Dr.
Patients with secondary headaches can present with increased intracranial pressure, mass lesion, infection, hemorrhage, and inflammation.
This in turn may obstruct CSF circulation, and can result in increased intracranial pressure (Emergency Nurses Association, 1994).
2] Symptoms depend on the intracranial site and may include headache, seizures, cranial nerve deficits, hemiparesis, increased intracranial pressure, and dysphasia.
Since some of these symptoms are also common to both pregnancy and increased intracranial pressure, the patient's history may not provide a clear differentiation between the two.

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