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Table 2 Clinical data of the patients

From: A retrospective study of central nervous system shunt infections diagnosed in a university hospital during a 4-year period

  Age-sex Etiology of hydrocephalus Interval between surgery and development of infection Attack number Outcome
1 12 month – F Post meningitic hydrocephalus 5 day 2 Exitus
2 14 month – F Intracranial mass 4 month 1 Good
3 4 month – M Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 16 day 1 Good
4 2 month – M Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 3 day 2 Exitus
5 7 month – M Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 3 month 2 Good
6 3 month – F Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 4 day 1 Good
7 1 month – F Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 38 day 1 Good
8 10 month – F Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 4 month 1 Good
9 18 month -M Congenital hydrocephalus-myelomeningocele 45 day 2 Good
10 5 month – M Post meningitic hydrocephalus 8 day 2 Good
11 24 y – M Trauma 7 day 2 Good
12 36 y – F Trauma 3 day 1 Good
13 65 y – M Intracranial hemorrhage 12 day 1 Good
14 56 y – F Intracranial hemorrhage 2 month 1 Good
15 15 y – M Post meningitic hydrocephalus 21 day 1 Good
16 33 y – F Post meningitic hydrocephalus 5 day 1 Good
17 7 y – M Post meningitic hydrocephalus 11 day 1 Good
18 72 y – M Intracranial abscess 13 day 2 Good
19 45 y – M Intracranial mass 17 day 1 Good
20 59 y – M Intracranial mass 15 day 2 Exitus
21 51 y – F Intracranial mass 5 month 1 Good
22 69 y – F Intracranial mass 3 month 1 Good
  1. M: Male, F: Female. y: year