Normal pressure hydrocephalus is caused by the buildup of fluid in the brain. Symptoms include difficulty walking, memory loss and inability to control urine. This can sometimes be corrected with a surgical installation of a shunt in the brain to drain excess fluid, and is considered a form of Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI).

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