Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

This condition, most commonly seen in adulthood, is characterized by a clinical picture of gait deterioration, dementia and urinary incontinence in the context of enlarged ventricles on neuroimaging, but relatively normal intracranial pressures. Although in some cases there is a history of subarachnoid hemorrhage, intracranial infection or head trauma, in approximately 60% of cases the etiology remains unknown. The differential diagnosis is wide and the identification of patients that will

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