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Shunt implantations and peritoneal catheters: Do not cut beyond 20 cm
Angelo Luiz Maset, Italo Capraro Suriano, Ruy Monteiro, Jose Ricardo Camilo Pinto, Jose Ricardo deAndrade, Bruna Monieli Mancini, Sergio Luiz Ramin, Dionei Freitas Moraes, Sergio Cavalheiro
Background: Ventriculoperitoneal shunts are supplied with long peritoneal catheters, most commonly between 80 and 120 cm long. ISO/DIS 7197/2006 [15] shunt manufacturing procedures i...
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Surg Neurol Int 2013;4:67 Title: Clinical and radiological aspects of cerebellopontine neurinoma presenting with recurrent spontaneous bleedings Author Names Maimone Giuseppe, Ganau Mario, Nicassi...
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A craniopharyngioma with spontaneous involution of a gadolinium-enhanced region on magnetic resonance imaging
Yasuyuki Kinoshita, Atsushi Tominaga, Satoshi Usui, Kaoru Kurisu
Background: It has not been reported previously that the solid enhancing portion of a craniopharyngioma has involuted without a change in cyst size. Case Description: We herein report ...
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