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Complications of ventriculo-peritoneal shunt

(Science: radiology) Kinking, interruption, exit from peritoneal cavity with growth, through processus vaginalis to scrotum, CSFoma, mass effect exhibited on bowel gas pattern with malfunctioning shunt, lack of movement of shunt tip with positional or temporal change, perforation of hollow viscus (e.g., bowel or bladder)


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