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Healthbytes - Normal pressure hydrocephalus: A treatable form of dementia

Normal pressure hydrocephalus was first described in 1965. It’s important because it may cause one of the few forms of treatable dementia. As originally described, the hydrocephalus of NPH was considered to be unknown. However, there are some cases of predisposing conditions that can cause secondary hydrocephalus: brain hemorrhage, trauma, meningitis and sometimes following brain surgery.

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Special judge named in case against county clerk, any possible case against sheriff

The Arkansas Supreme Court on Tuesday named a special judge to hear the case of Jefferson County Clerk Patricia Johnson, who was charged with multiple felonies last week, as well as any potential charges that could result against Johnson or Jefferson County Sheriff Gerald Robinson as a result of a report from the state Division of Legislative Audit.