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Available online 7 May 2022
Double ventriculo-gallbladder shunt in the treatment of giant suprasellar arachnoid cyst with secondary hydrocephalus
Doble derivación ventrículo y cisto biliar en el tratamiento de quiste aracnoideo gigante supraselar con hidrocefalia secundaria
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Ainhoa Casajús Ortega
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, Alfonso Vázquez Míguez, Idoya Zazpe Cenoz, Daniel de Frutos Marcos
Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra, Pamplona, Navarra, Spain
Received 05 October 2021. Accepted 21 November 2021
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Ventriculo-gallbladder shunt is described as an effective alternative procedure in the treatment of hydrocephalus. We present the case of a 19-year-old patient diagnosed with suprasellar arachnoid cyst since his childhood and hydrocephalus, with a double shunt; ventriculo peritoneal and peritoneal cyst shunt. After several replacements due to peritoneal failure, he underwent ventriculoatrial shunt, with associated complications and subsequent repositioning to the peritoneum. After new valve dysfunction due to peritoneal complications, ventriculo-gallbladder shunt was proposed as an alternative treatment for this patient, which was safe and effective in resolving the patient's symptoms, and the patient was discharged, maintaining clinical stability in the follow-up more than 2 years later.

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Ventriculoperitoneal shunt
Ventriculo-gallbladder shunt
Hydrocephalus
Arachnoid cyst
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La derivación ventrículo biliar se describe como un procedimiento alternativo eficaz en el tratamiento de la hidrocefalia. Presentamos el caso de un paciente de 19 años de edad diagnosticado de quiste aracnoideo supraselar e hidrocefalia, portador de doble sistema valvular de derivación ventrículo peritoneal y cisto peritoneal desde la infancia. Tras varios recambios por fallo peritoneal, fue sometido a derivación ventriculoatrial, con complicaciones asociadas y posterior recolocación a peritoneo. Tras nueva disfunción valvular por complicaciones peritoneales, se planteó la derivación ventriculobiliar como tratamiento alternativo para este paciente, que resultó segura y eficaz en la resolución de la clínica del paciente, siendo dado de alta, manteniendo estabilidad clínica durante más de dos años de seguimiento.

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Derivación ventriculobiliar
Derivación cistobiliar
Hidrocefalia
Quiste aracnoideo

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