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Spontaneous improvement in "normal" pressure hydrocephalus.

A patient is presented with "normal" pressure hydrocephalus including dementia, incontinence, and apraxic gait. He had a normal lumbar CSF pressure, hydrocephalus with lack of air over the convexities on pneumoencephalography, and ventricular filling with prolonged retention on cisternography. He did not receive a shunt and, nevertheless, showed spontaneous improvement in his mental function over the next few years. This cases emphasizes the necessity for a controlled study of shunting for "normal" pressure hydrocephalus.[1]

References

  1. Spontaneous improvement in "normal" pressure hydrocephalus. Bachman, D.S. Diseases of the nervous system. (1977) [Pubmed]
 
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