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Normal Pressure Hydrocephalus: Patricia's Story

Experiencing problems with balance, memory and bladder function, Delaware-resident Patricia White, saw a number of doctors who couldn't confirm a diagnosis. She traveled to Johns Hopkins to meet with Abhay Moghekar at the Johns Hopkins Cerebral Fluid Center, where she learned she had normal pressure hydrocephalus and underwent successful treatment.

About Johns Hopkins Cerebral Fluid Center

The Johns Hopkins Cerebral Fluid Center team of experts evaluate and treat patients with all conditions affecting cerebrospinal fluid (also called CSF or "spinal fluid") and how it can build within ventricles inside the brain. These CSF disorders include:

  • Hydrocephalus (including normal pressure hydrocephalus, obstructive hydrocephalus and congenital hydrocephalus)
  • CSF Leak
  • Pseudotumor Cerebri (also known as idiopathic intracranial hypertension or IIH)

To request an appointment, call 410-955-7482, if you live in Maryland, or 1-855-695-4872 if you live outside of Maryland.