volume 26, issue 5, P717-721 2012
DOI: 10.3109/02688697.2012.673647
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Mohammed Al-Jumaily, Bethan Jones, Caroline Hayhurst, Michael D. Jenkinson, Peter Murphy, Neil Buxton, Conor Mallucci

Abstract: LOVA patients can decompensate at any time in their adult life with acute symptoms, which are generally well controlled with ETV and with few complications. Sadly, the long-term effects of carrying 'asymptomatic' or compensated hydrocephalus since childhood are of a significant cognitive cost to these patients.