Wade-Dahl-Till Valve Definition


A kind of cerebral shunt using two metal discs, each in a restrictive housing at the end of a tube, opened and closed by the pressure of fluid .


Origin of Wade-Dahl-Till Valve

  • Developed in 1962 by hydraulic engineer Stanley Wade, author Roald Dahl, and neurosurgeon Kenneth Till.

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