Originally Posted by patelMD
That's totally odd...
Yeah I don't understand how to get to normal pressure hydrocephalus (NCP) based on the question stem either. I thought NCP was chronic, so the ventricles gradually dilate to accommodate the increase CSF production, hence you have normal pressure and not increased intracranial pressure (aktorque's pic with the blood shot eyes is ICP)
I thought B because of the headache and blurry vision; does NCP cause blurry vision? I can see headache, but I don't get how that would cause blurry vision. Please explain