Conversely, if the pre-existing condition was manifest and disabling, or would have become so in any event in the future, then the crumbling skull rule entitles the plaintiff only to additional damages suffered by the plaintiff as a result of the accident (Smyth v. Gill, 2001 BCCA 650).
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