Unusual Gross Pneumocephalus and Pneumoperitoneum after VP Shunt Surgery: A Case Report
Keywords:Pneumocephalus, Pneumoperitoneum, VP shunt, Complications
We report an unusual case where a two-month infant developed a simultaneous and spontaneous pneumocephalus and gross pneumoperitoneum along with progressive surgical emphysema after VP shunt procedure.
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