In this article let us read the man that holds the biggest record in the world.This man was born on 9th April 1985 at kenya . Atibila is what people call him because of his head but his real name is Azamkilo Moufasaros.
During his child hood a boil appear on his forehead that was not properly treated
That has lead to this.He now holds world record.He took award on 2nd june 2014 at new york for being world biggest head recordhe has now become present talk on social media that everybody want to know his where about . people are saying he is lesser god from the jamlaki forest in kenya.
This man was so lucky that his appearance has made him get awards and resources to cater for his family he is now the bread winner in his family
Hydrocephalus is a build-up of fluid in the brain.
The excess fluid leads to increased pressure on the brain which can cause damage to the brain tissue.
In the past, hydrocephalus was sometimes referred to as ‘water on the brain’ (the word hydrocephalus comes from the Greek words for water and head).
However, the excess fluid is cerebrospinal fluid (CSF), not water.
The main symptoms of hydrocephalus are: headache, nausea, vomiting, confusion and problems with vision (for example, blurred or double vision).
Congenital hydrocephalus, present in babies when they're born, can be caused by birth defects, such as spina bifida - where an infant's spine doesn't develop properly.
It can also occur as a result of an infection the mother develops during pregnancy, such as mumps or rubella (German measles).
If left untreated, it carries the risk of long-term mental and physical disabilities as a result of permanent brain damage.
The key treatment for hydrocephalus is a shunt.
This is a thin tube implanted in the brain to drain away the excess CSF to another part of the body (often the abdominal cavity, the space around the bowel) where it can be absorbed into the bloodstream.
Source: NHS Choices
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