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Brain & Nerve Basics Center

The brain and nervous system are vital body parts where minor abnormalities may cause severe disease. Hydrocephalus is too much fluid around the brain and can lead to developmental delays in children. Pseudotumor cerebri involves increased intracranial pressure and its symptoms mimic those of a brain tumor. Multiple system atrophy is nerve decay that can affect many functions.

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