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What is Marie-Se Syndrome?

What is Marie-Se Syndrome?

  • Marie-Se Syndrome: A sudden buildup of fluid inside the skull (hydrocephalus) in infants who are given large doses of vitamin A. Symptoms tend to occur about 12 hours after the receiving the vitamin A and usually last for a day or two.

Marie-Se Syndrome: Introduction

What are the symptoms of Marie-Se Syndrome?

Symptoms of Marie-Se Syndrome: see symptoms of Marie-Se Syndrome

How is it treated?

Treatments for Marie-Se Syndrome: see treatments for Marie-Se Syndrome

Name and Aliases of Marie-Se Syndrome

Main name of condition: Marie-Se Syndrome

Other names or spellings for Marie-Se Syndrome:

Julien Marie-Se syndrome, acute benign hydrocephalus, acute hypervitaminosis A syndrome, hypervitaminosis hydrocephalus


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