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Billroth disease (1): A buildup of cerebrospinal fluid under the scalp. It tends to occur mainly in children as a result of skull fractures or a tear in a membrane that surrounds the central nervous system (arachnoid). More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Billroth disease (1) is available below.
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