- Warren shunt
- distal splenorenal s.
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Warren shunt — War·ren shunt (worґən) [W. Dean Warren, American surgeon, 1924â€“1989] see under shunt … Medical dictionary
Shunt — 1) To move a body fluid, such as cerebrospinal fluid, from one place to another. 2) A catheter (tube) that carries cerebrospinal fluid from a ventricle in the brain to another area of the body. A shunt may be placed to relieve pressure from… … Medical dictionary
Warren — Dean, U.S. surgeon, 1924–1989. See W. shunt … Medical dictionary
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W. Dean Warren — Dr. W. Dean Warren was Joseph B. Whitehead Professor and Chairman of the Dept. of Surgery at Emory University until his death in 1989. Prior to his chairmanship at Emory he was Chairman of Surgery at the University of Miami. Known for his quick… … Wikipedia
splenorenal shunt distal — anastomosis of the distal splenic vein to the inferior vena cava with preservation of the spleen; done for the treatment of esophageal varices in portal hypertension. Called also Warren s … Medical dictionary
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