What Does a Ventricular Shunt Look like?

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a ventricular shunt is characterised by headache, nausea and vomiting. This illness is also characterised by vision problems, fatigue, being confused, poor coordination of things, urinary incontinence and shuffling when someone walks. However, this illness is curable.
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The ventricular shunt tube is placed to drain fluid from the ventricular system in the brain to the cavity of the abdomen or to the large vein in the neck (jugular vein)
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What a shunt looks like greatly depends on what type of shunt you are referring to. Shunts that are used to drain fluid usually look like small, clear tubes.
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