Minimally invasive treatment of giant CSF pseudocyst complicating ventriculoperitoneal shunt.
Brunori A. Massari A. Macarone-Palmieri R. Benini B. Chiappetta F.
Department of Neurosciences G. M. Lancisi, San Camillo Hospital, Rome. email@example.com
A two-liter cerebrospinal fluid pseudocyst complicating a ventriculoperitoneal shunt was drained and a distal catheter retrieved from the peritoneal cavity by laparoscopy. Adoption of such a minimally invasive approach allowed the prompt resolution of the complication and an early recovery for out patient.