Treatment options for adult onset hydrocephalus include surgery to divert cerebrospinal fluid to another cavity and surgery to remove the cause of the cerebrospinal fluid obstruction, according to the American Associatio... More »

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Adult onset hydrocephalus affects the elderly in several ways, with primary symptoms that include forgetfulness, difficulty walking and bladder control problems, American Association of Neurological Surgeons says. Often,... More »

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Hydrocephalus that is not treated may cause death, according to the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. Normal-pressure hydrocephalus, the type of condition suffered by adults, that is diagnosed and ... More »

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Adult onset hydrocephalus affects the elderly in several ways, with primary symptoms that include forgetfulness, difficulty walking and bladder control problems, American Association of Neurological Surgeons says. Often,... More »

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The different types of neck surgery include spinal fusion surgery, anterior cervical discectomy, anterior cervical corpectomy, posterior microdiscectomy and posterior cervical laminectomy, according to the American Assoc... More »

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Most patients who undergo cavernoma surgery are free of the neurological symptoms that beset them when they had the cavernoma and go on to lead a normal life, according to the American Association of Neurological Surgeon... More »

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A person with hydrocephalus can have a normal life expectancy with proper treatment, though the outlook varies widely depending on the cause of the condition, according to MedicineNet. With early medical intervention, ch... More »