Hydrocephalus: Can you talk to your neighbours?

Hydrocephalis is a rare neurological condition that causes the muscles in the brain to become swollen, making it difficult to talk.

It can also cause problems with vision and speech.

It is caused by an infection in the cerebrospinal fluid of the brain, which causes damage to the optic nerve.

In rare cases, the infection can cause death.

If the condition is not treated, it can lead to paralysis, a condition called hydrocephalous ataxia.

The condition affects one in every 1,000 people, and affects one to two in every 500 people.

A report published last year by the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) and the World Health Organization (WHO) said that hydrocephalics are caused by a protein called hydroxyprotein.

The protein causes the brain cells to swell up, which can lead the brain fluid to overflow.

Hydroxyprotinate is also found in certain types of cerebro-spinal fluids, and is thought to cause hydrocephalic ataxic meningitis.

What you need to know about hydrocephalism HydroxyProtinate, or HPA2, is the main protein found in the fluid of hydrocephalos.

This protein is the same molecule found in all types of brain fluid.

Symptoms of hydroxyphosphate hydroxyphyryate (HPA2) is a form of HPA that is produced by the body and is part of a group of proteins called the glycoprotein.

These proteins are found in blood plasma, saliva and urine.

It’s important to know that not all HPA proteins are produced by your body.

However, if you are exposed to a substance that is naturally produced in your body, then it’s very likely that HPA is present.

It depends on how you are treated, however.

Hydrocephalic menedeal syndrome (HMS) is caused when hydroxytetrahydrofolate reductase (HTHFR), the enzyme that converts hydroxypropylthiouracil to HTHR, becomes blocked, preventing HPA from entering the cells.

This can lead in some people to loss of vision, difficulty with speech, and a condition known as hydrocephaloid.

Symptoms include severe headache, weakness, dizziness and balance problems.

If you have this condition, you may need to have a specialist tested to rule out other conditions.

If this is your first time seeing a specialist, you can see them in the specialist’s office.

HPA can also be caused by certain drugs or supplements, such as vitamin B12.

HTHFR inhibitors are usually taken by taking them with food or drinks, although this can cause side effects.

They are generally taken at a dose that’s lower than that recommended for normal people.

If taken regularly, HTHRs can reduce the amount of HTHF that enters the brain.

The problem is that the level of HThFR that enters is affected by the amount that’s taken.

HThF levels can also increase during an episode of hydrolytic meningomyosis, which is when the amount in the blood is elevated and is known to cause symptoms.

If there is no HTHRF in the body, the HTH response will be low.

In some people, hydroxyethanol (HO) is used as an anti-inflammatory.

It has been shown to decrease levels of H3, a protein in the nervous system that is important for controlling inflammation.

Other common treatments include medications that block the enzyme HTHA2, which normally makes the protein hydroxytyrosine.

The treatment of hydrocytopenia is usually to have the kidneys or liver drained.

There are also a range of treatments for hydrocephalitis, such, a drug called lorazepam, or an antihistamine called carbamazepine.

These are commonly used to control the symptoms and make people feel better.

Symptoms and treatments for HPA Hydroxytethoxyethylene (HTEM) is the chemical substance that causes hydroxyethylene to form in the lungs.

Symptoms can include breathing difficulties, difficulty breathing, and coughing.

This is due to an increase in HTH2 and HTH3 levels, which leads to a decreased level of oxygen to the lungs and reduced airway control.

Other symptoms include fatigue, headache, confusion and sleep disturbances.

Treatment for hydroxythorax is to give a person a high dose of oxygen.

This should be done in the first 24 hours of symptoms, and can be continued for up to two weeks after the initial treatment.

The first line of treatment is to reduce the volume of fluid in the bloodstream to a level that is no more than 1.3 litres per cubic centimeter.

This will help to reduce inflammation in the affected area.

This may include breathing exercises, exercise equipment, or medications.

A third treatment option is