Symptomatic Pleural Collection of Cerebrospinal Fluid Caused by a Ventriculopleural Shunt
AbstractABSTRACT: We report a case of symptomatic pleural collection of cerebrospinal fluid caused by a ventriculopleural shunt in a 4-year-old child. Since ventriculopleural shunts are not commonly used in the management of hydrocephalus, primary physicians must be aware of this potential complication.
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