Hydrocephalus: Have you ever considered the potential risk of radiation (i.e. Cancer) over time? What would your risk appetite be?

Stupid question (partially)…I know!  “Like other X-ray imaging exams, CT scans expose you briefly to a small, targeted amount of ionizing radiation. The radiation helps create an image of structures inside your body. At the low doses of radiation, a CT scan uses, your risk of developing cancer from...

Hydrocephalus: Being sent from a Neurosurgeon (NS) to a Neurologist.

A Neurologist focuses mainly on treating you with medication to control your symptoms. A NS is like a plumber, they fix the leaky/broken pipe (shunt) or reopen the blocked/partially blocked hole (ETV). Understanding the condition you have, is the first step to knowing what you need. For some, their...