OBJECT: Long-standing overt ventriculomegaly in adults (LOVA) is a unique form of hydrocephalus that develops during childhood and manifests symptoms.
What is adult-onset hydrocephalus, and how do surgeons treat it? Bladder control problems usually involve urinary frequency and urgency in mild cases.
longstanding overt ventriculomegaly of the adult, and late-onset aque- . Once symptoms of gait disturbance, mild dementia or bladder con- trol have been.
Ventriculomegaly is usually described as being mild, moderate or severe based on the measured size of the lateral ventricles. If there are no.
Moderate ventriculomegaly refers to a measurement between 12 mm and 15 mm . of children and 25% of adults with pneumococcal meningitis suffered stroke.