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What are the symptoms of increased intracranial pressure?
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Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Pediatrics
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In brief: Intracranial pressur
Individual with increased intracranial pressure usually complain of headaches and may have vomiting, blurred vision, and horizontal diplopia.
The headaches are diffuse, worse at night, and often aggravated by sudden movement. Less common complaints include irritability, transitory visual obscurations, dizziness, and tinnitus.

In brief: Intracranial pressur
Individual with increased intracranial pressure usually complain of headaches and may have vomiting, blurred vision, and horizontal diplopia.
The headaches are diffuse, worse at night, and often aggravated by sudden movement. Less common complaints include irritability, transitory visual obscurations, dizziness, and tinnitus.
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
Dr. Alfredo Garcia
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Dr. Kevin Vaught
Neurosurgery
In brief: Altered MS
Altered mental status that can progress to coma and death.
Pupillary changes or asymmetry.

In brief: Altered MS
Altered mental status that can progress to coma and death.
Pupillary changes or asymmetry.
Dr. Kevin Vaught
Dr. Kevin Vaught
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