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New Insights into Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

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A recently published study attempts to shed light on the long term outcomes of untreated iNPH by examining mortality rates, risk of dementia, and symptom progression in individuals with ventricular enlargement.
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Like Father, Like Son: An NPH Journey

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One man watched his father decline into a state of confusion until diagnosed with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. Then he found himself traveling the same road.
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Senate Demonstrates Support for Continued Research for Veterans Living with Hydrocephalus

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The hydrocephalus community claimed a big victory on Capitol Hill when we helped ensure Congress did not restrict medical research for veterans living with hydrocephalus.
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The Power of Sharing

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I look forward to going back to the hydrocephalus conference to reconnect with old friends, meet new friends and learn the latest and greatest information...
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The Difficulties of Diagnosing Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

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Approximately 10% of those diagnosed with Alzheimer’s or dementia are living with Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. Why is it so often mis- or undiagnosed?
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U.S. News & World Report Features Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

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Is it dementia or Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. U.S. News & World Report reports on the importance of proper diagnosis of this treatable dementia.
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FOX News Educates the Public on Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus

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With it's recent story on Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus, Fox News plays an important role in our continued efforts to educate the public and raise awareness about hydrocephalus and normal pressure hydrocephalus to a large national audience.
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Building Community: A case for adult hydrocephalus research

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The Adult Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network officially launched in October, with a goal to deliver high quality, high impact hydrocephalus research.
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Bringing Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus Out of Obscurity

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In the 1960s, a treatable form of dementia was a controversial claim. One man questioned things that others were simply content to accept, and to bring it into the real world as a clinically diagnosable and, more importantly a treatable syndrome known as Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus. Who was Dr. Salomon Hakim?