What is Cisternoperitoneal shunt?

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A cisternoperitoneal shunt is a tube placed in a ventricle of the brain when an increased amount of cerebrospinal fluid accumulates. The fluid is drained to the abdominal cavity, known as the peritoneum to relieve pressure.

No patients have reported taking Cisternoperitoneal shunt.
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