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En 2011, presento peritonitis con granuloma, por reaccion de la valvula, razon por la cual requirio un cambio a una derivacion ventriculoatrial
. En 2014, presento un cuadro clinico de 6 meses de evolucion con presencia de edemas en sus extremidades, oliguria y aumento de peso.
In fact only one of the ten study subjects expressed a preference for the conventional dual-chamber pacing mode--he was the only subject with intact ventriculoatrial
That despite two prior open-heart operations our patient required a third to replace the left side of the common atrioventricular valve to prevent ventriculoatrial
regurgitation is not surprising.
shunt infection due to Cryptococcus neoformans: an ultrastructural and quantitative microbiological study.
Such procedures include cardiac surgery, tonsillectomy, bronchoscopy, ventriculoatrial
shunts for hydrocephalus, urologic surgery, placement of urinary and dialysis catheters, and a very minute percentage of cardiac catheterization (Dajani et al, 1990; Newberger, 1992).
Five years earlier, the patient had received a diagnosis of hydrocephalus secondary to ventricular cysticercosis by means of ventricular biopsy during placement of a ventriculoatrial shunt.
Ventriculoatrial and ventriculoperitoneal shunts can be placed to lower intracranial pressure.
(13,16) Other predisposing factors for infective endocarditis include hemodialysis, (17) pregnancy, (18) peritoneovenous shunts, (19) and ventriculoatrial
There are no controlled studies in the literature about the management of pregnancy in women with ventriculoperitoneal (VP), ventriculoatrial
(VA), ventriculo- pleural (VPL) or lumbo-peritoneal (LP) shunts, which are collectively known as extracranial or cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) shunts.