Loss of bladder control or a frequent urge to urinate.
Progressive loss of other thinking or reasoning skills.
Difficulty walking, often described as a shuffling gait or the feeling of the feet being stuck.
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The term hydrocephalus is derived from two words: "hydro," meaning water, and "cephalus," referring to the head. Hydrocephalus is a chronic condition. It affects adult males and females, as well as people of different races, about equally.