Little-Known Disorder Looks Just Like Dementia — but Can Be Reversed

A completely reversible disorder that mimics dementia and affects an estimated 770,000 often goes undiagnosed, CTV News, Canada, reports. This means that thousands of patients whose doctors assumed they have Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s may be bedridden in nursing homes when their real diagnosis is normal-pressure hydrocephalus (NPH) — a condition that is treatable with a surgery. This reminds me of similar situations where children and adults are misdiagnosed every day...

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