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  • [Hydrocephalus due to hyperplasia of the choroid plexuses in a patient with trisomy 9 mosaicism. A real diagnostic and therapeutic challenge]. [Case Reports]
  • RNRev Neurol 2017 Aug 01; 65(3):112-116
  • Puerta-Roldan P, Guillen-Quesada A, … Ferrer E
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is another example of an association between choroid plexus pathologies and chromosome 9 abnormality. Due to its scarce incidence, diagnosis of hydrocephalus secondary to plexus hyperplasia is difficult, as is selecting its most suitable treatment. In this type of hydrocephalus there is a double pathophysiological mechanism, which involves an increase in CSF production and a decrease in its reabsorption. Despite taking these considerations into account, the treatment of hydrocephalus secondary to plexus hyperplasia is a real challenge that usually leads to multiple surgical interventions ranging from plexectomy or coagulation of the choroid plexuses to the implantation of CSF drainage devices.
  • Endoscopic coagulation of choroid plexus hyperplasia. [Case Reports]
  • JNJ Neurosurg Pediatr 2012; 9(2):169-77
  • Hallaert GG, Vanhauwaert DJ, … Caemaert J
  • Hydrocephalus is a clinical disorder resulting from an imbalance between the production of CSF and its resorption, of which the latter is mostly a disadvantage. In rare cases of choroid plexus papill…
  • Multiloculated hydrocephalus. [Journal Article]
  • CNChilds Nerv Syst 2011; 27(10):1609-19
  • Zuccaro G, Ramos JG
  • CONCLUSIONS: (1) Multiloculated hydrocephalus is a severe disease in which no single treatment has clearly been shown to be superior. (2) The goal of treatment is to restore communication between isolated intraventricular compartments in order to create the possibility of the implantation of a simple shunt with only one intraventricular catheter. More than improving the quality of life the patient, the objective is to reduce the number of surgical procedures. (3) Given the complexity of multiloculated hydrocephalus, each patient must be studied individually, and no procedure proposed by the literature should be ruled out, no matter how old fashioned may appear.
  • Choroid plexectomy reduces neurosurgical intervention in patients with hydranencephaly. [Journal Article]
  • PNPediatr Neurosurg 2002; 36(3):148-52
  • Wellons JC, Tubbs RS, … Oakes WJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: In our experience, choroid plexectomy in patients with hydranencephaly reduces the incidence of reoperation and readmission, the number of days of hospitalization related to the surgical procedure and the total number of complications in comparison to patients undergoing CSF diversion. Further neurosurgical intervention is minimized as is the financial burden from multiple emergency department visits and radiological procedures for shunt evaluation. Choroid plexectomy is a viable alternative to CSF diversion in patients with hydranencephaly and a rapidly enlarging head. It avoids the chronic issues and complications surrounding CSF diversion in this difficult group of patients.
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