The cerebellum, as we would say attending an anatomy lesson, is an “unequal median organ contained in the posterior cranial ditch which is separated from the… Read more
The word Hydrocephalus derives from the Greek “idrokefalon” which can be translated as (disease of) “liquid in the head”. The first to use this term was precisely the most famous doctor of… Read more
This is the initial story of Silvia born many years ago at Mangiagalli Hospital in Milan and suffering a very rare and severe condition.
Silvia had an intracerebral bleed in the posterior fossa (where the…Read more
My name is Francesco and I am the father of Tommaso, a lively boy who is always ready to crack up. Tommi (spelt with “i” ) is two years old and suffers from a…Read more
The intraventricular hemorrhage in preterm newborns usually occurs in the germinal matrix underneath the ependyma – the membrane of the ventricle. From there the blood enters the lateral cerebral ventricles (ventricular system, which contains…Read more
My name is Laura and this is our story.
In March 2009 I realised I was pregnant with my first child. I was going to turn 40 later that year… It all seemed like a fantastic…Read more