An ETV Gives Young Adult New Lease on Life

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Meredith Vitrano acquired hydrocephalus as a pre-teen. The now 24 year-old has been shunt free for 2 years after Dr. Edward Ahn of Johns Hopkins Children’s Center performed an endoscopic third ventriculostomy.

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