He went to his cardiologist for the third time, bringing his ultrasound and CT scan results
. The scan
said he had enlarged lateral ventricle, which could be normal or early communicating hydrocephalus. This time, his cardiologist referred us to a neurologist to look into his CT scan results.
When he went to see his neurologist, he was subjected to some clinical examinations --- tapping the arms, knees, checking his vision, etc. Nothing remarkable with his reactions to these.