Normal pressure hydrocephalus
Classical clinical presentation of urinary incontinence and gait disturbances.
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Enlarged lateral and third ventricles out of proportion to the cortical sulcal enlargement, upward bowing of the corpus callosum and periventricular hypodensities. No CT detectable obstructive lesion in the course of ventricular system.
The classical clinical presentation of normal pressure hydrocephalus are urinary incontinence, deterioration in cognition (dementia), and gait disturbances.
Imaging can show enlargement of lateral and third ventricles out of proportion to the cortical sulcal enlargement.