Heyer-Pudenz valve

Hey·er-Pu·denz valve

(hī'yer pū-dents'),
a valve used in the shunting procedure for hydrocephaly; consisting of a catheter-valve system in which the ventricular catheter leads the cerebrospinal fluid into a one-way pump through which the cerebrospinal fluid passes down the distal catheter into the right atrium of the heart.

Hey·er-Pu·denz valve

(hī'ĕr-pū'denz valv)
A valve used in the shunting procedure for hydrocephaly; consisting of a catheter-valve system in which the ventricular catheter leads the cerebrospinal fluid into a one-way pump through which the cerebrospinal fluid passes down the distal catheter into the right atrium of the heart.

Heyer,

W.T., U.S. scientist, 1902–.
Heyer-Pudenz valve - a valve used in the shunting procedure for hydrocephalus. Synonym(s): Pudenz valve

Pudenz,

Robert H., U.S. neurosurgeon, 1911-1998.
Heyer-Pudenz valve - see under Heyer
Pudenz reservoir
Pudenz shunt
Pudenz tube
Pudenz valve - Synonym(s): Heyer-Pudenz valve
Pudenz ventricular catheter
Pudenz-Schulte thecoperitoneal shunt