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Default “Growing into deficits” with treated hydrocephalus?

I am 35 years old. I have been shunted since 3 months old. Is it true that I will likely “grow into deficits” as I get older? Ie dementia, memory issued
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Hi Charleskeffin

Welcome to NeuroTalk .

I don't know the answers to your questions but hope that other members will be able to help you.

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