Category: Visual Diagnosis
79 year-old male with headaches, ataxia, falls, and difficulty urinating. What's the diagnosis?
Diagnosis: Ventriculomegaly secondary to Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus
An approach to ventriculomegaly
Ventriculomegaly is due to cerebral atrophy (e.g., Parkinson disease) or increased cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) within the ventricles. Increased CSF is due to:
Congenital causes of ventriculomegaly:
Acquired causes of ventriculomegaly:
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