The news is good. They were able to insert some shunts in order to hopefully control the problem long-term, and for an 81 year old man, he came thru surgery pretty well. It was a LONG surgery & he had some minor post-surgical complications which kept him in the hospital longer than expected, but we do now have him home (at my Mom's house!!). And although at this time he is certainly not able to fully care for himself independently, he continues to make progress and is slowly but surely starting to gain back some strength. It will just take a while to get him back to "normal"!!
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