Patient details and clinical information

Patient No./Age(y)/SexBasic PathologyPresurgery Clinical SignsType of SurgeryPostsurgery Clinical Signs
1/12/FAsymmetrical obstructive HCPHeadaches, vomiting, papilledemaEndoscopic septum pellucidotomyImproved
2/13/MDandy walker variant, status after ventricular shuntHeadaches, vomiting, sleepyVPS proximal revisionImproved
3/13/FMeningocele, after meningitis, aqueductal stenosisVomiting, tremor, no papilledemaEndoscopic 3rd ventriculostomySlightly improved
4/12/FPost IVHSleepy, headache, papilledemaInsertion of left VPSImproved
5/14/FAqueductal stenosisLoss of consciousness, disturbance in coordinationEndoscopic 3rd ventriculostomyImproved
6/18/MTectal lesion (thick tectum)Trembling, large head (>97th%), episodes of loss of consciousness, memory problemsEndoscopic 3rd ventriculostomyImproved
7/20/FAqueductal stenosisLearning disabilities, headaches, episodes of loss of consciousnessEndoscopic 3rd ventriculostomyImproved
  • Note:—HCP indicates hydrocephalus; IVH, intraventricular hemorrhage; VPS, ventriculo-peritoneal shunt.