Un cas de dysfonctionnement de dérivation ventriculo-péritonéale traité par voie endoscopique

  • Bemora Joseph Synèse Neurochirurgien
  • Tsiaremby Marc Guichard
  • Rahanitriniaina Philibertine Nadia Marie
  • Ratovondrainy Willy
  • Rabarijaona Mamiarisoa
  • Andriamamonjy Clément
Keywords: dysfunction, endoscopy, hydrocephalus, obstruction


We reported the case of an elderly child who was admitted to the neurosurgery department of the CHU-HJRA for headaches and vomiting. It is a child with obstructive hydrocephalus of tumor origin to whom a shunt ventriculoperitoneal has been placed. He had secondary a hydrocephalus by obstruction of the ventricular catheter secondary to a membrane causing dysfunction of the shunt system discovered during endoscopic surgery.


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How to Cite
Synèse, B. J., Guichard, T. M., Nadia Marie, R. P., Willy, R., Mamiarisoa, R., & Clément, A. (2019). Un cas de dysfonctionnement de dérivation ventriculo-péritonéale traité par voie endoscopique. EPH - International Journal of Medical and Health Science (ISSN: 2456 - 6063), 5(1), 01-03. Retrieved from https://ephjournal.com/index.php/mhs/article/view/1048

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