Asad Haroon I agree that in 2014 after doing a lumbar puncture and seeing no improvement, going straight in with a shunt would be risky and counter intuitive. Especially as it’s so invasive. ames Antony Goddard that’s right and I can understand how difficult it can be for the patient but the simple answer would be that we dont have a definitive test for it at the moment and one can hope that modern research would help in getting one.
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To come to the diagnosis one has to depend on investigations, history and examination and even then there is that bit of risk and luck, a chance that one takes when odds are atleast some what in favour.