X-linked Hydrocephalus Syndrome is a condition that occurs during gestation when the pathways for cerebral spinal fluid become blocked, and as a result, the cerebral spinal fluid begins to build up, thus expanding the ventricles and stretching the cerebral mantle. Treatments include surgery option, and most often a shunt is used. Patients with X-linked Hydrocephalus Syndrome often have aquaductal stenosis and severe mental retardation. The X-linked form of Hydrocephalus is much rarer than other types. Because it is an X-linked disease, the majority of people who have X-linked Hydrocephalus Syndrome are males.
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