The disconnected shunt: a window of opportunities

Abstract

Shunt disconnection (SD), or migration of the distal end to extra-peritoneal tissues, may lead to shunt malfunction or be diagnosed incidentally. We present a systematic approach for treatment options that is tailored to each patient’s personalized history, CSF physiology, and distribution (MRI), as well as a careful informed consent process. We present two… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s00381-017-3343-z

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@article{Roth2017TheDS, title={The disconnected shunt: a window of opportunities}, author={Jonathan Roth and Shlomi Constantini}, journal={Child's Nervous System}, year={2017}, volume={33}, pages={467-473} }