Table 1

Patient characteristics

PatientSexGradientSideStentsMonthsSymptomsIn-stent stenosisShunt typeShunt dateProximal stenosis
1F16L156Improved
2FR1
3M10R225.5Persistent
4F26R118Improved
5F30L158PersistentLPS3 months
6M16R158ImprovedModerate (36%)
7F17L1
8MR158.5Improved
9F25R215.5Improved
10F13L1
11F10L15.25
12F24L139PersistentMild (19%)VPS2.5 months
13F56R16.5Improved
14F10R24Persistent
12L1
15F18L131.5PersistentVPS1.5 monthsModerate (60%)
16FL131ImprovedSevere (90%)
17F36R130.5ImprovedModerate (70%)
18F16R127PersistentVPS1 week
19M20L116Improved
20F11L16Improved
21F21R23ImprovedModerate (45%)
22F11R115Improved
23F52L17ImprovedMild (20%)Moderate (61%)
24F29R15.5Persistent
25F25R13Improved
26F25L1Improved
27F15L15.5ImprovedModerate (63%)
28F17R1PersistentVPS2 weeks
29F22L2Improved
30F16R1Improved
  • LPS, lumboperitoneal shunt; VPS, ventriculoperitoneal shunt.