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Ventriculoperitoneal shunt VPS placement is an established procedure for the treatment of hydrocephalus of diverse etiologies in children and adults. Abdominal cerebrospinal fluid pseudocyst, which is potentially life threatening, is a rare complication and usually occurs during childhood. However, with increasing longevity following successful treatment, it can also occur in adults. Here we describe a year-old man who was admitted to our hospital because of diffuse abdominal distention. A VPS was placed 21 years earlier to treat hydrocephalus secondary to spina bifida.
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A laparoscopic approach to ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement in adults

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Surgery: What to Expect – Implanting a Ventriculoperitoneal (VP) Shunt

Despite being widely used, ventriculoperitoneal VP shunt placement is a procedure often associated with complications and revision surgeries. Many neurosurgical centers routinely perform early postoperative cranial computer tomography CT to detect postoperative complications e. Because guidelines are lacking, our study aimed to evaluate the yield of early routine postoperative CT after shunt placement for adult hydrocephalus. We retrospectively reviewed patients who underwent frontal VP shunting for various neurosurgical conditions.
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Ventriculoperitoneal Shunt Infections in Adult Patients

Citation: Siddiqi M, Kesavan A. Cerebrospinal fluid ascites as a late complication of ventriculoperitoneal shunt placement. Correction: The image in Figure 2 printed in the November issue was incorrect and has been replaced here with the correct CT image. The patient had undergone VP shunt placement at 2 weeks of life for congenital hydrocephalus noted on prenatal ultrasonograms. The VP shunt had been revised at 3 months of age with no complications.
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Ventriculoperitoneal VP shunt infections are a common complication in patients with these devices. Because children with cerebrospinal fluid CSF shunts are more likely to experience infections, considerably more studies evaluating this complication in children are available than studies evaluating this complication in adults. As a result of the potential complications of VP shunt infections, patients often are treated in the intensive care unit and nurses play a major role in ensuring the optimal care for these patients.

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