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Shunt may refer to:
- Shunt (medical)—a hole or passage allowing fluid to move from one part of the body to another, including:
- arteriovenous shunt
- atriocaval shunt
- Blalock–Taussig shunt
- cardiac shunt
- cerebral shunt
- Cimino shunt
- distal splenorenal shunt
- lumbar–peritoneal shunt
- peritoneovenous shunt
- portosystemic shunt (also known as a liver shunt)
- portacaval shunt
- pulmonary shunt
- pulmonary-to-systemic shunt
- right-to-left shunt
- Sano shunt
- transjugular intrahepatic portosystemic shunt
- Shunt (electrical)—a device allowing electric current to pass around a point in a circuit, including:
- Shunt impedance—a term used in accelerator physics
- Shunt (railway operations)—the process of sorting items of rolling stock into train sets or consists, also called "switching"
- Shunt (sailing) - a maneuver to change the direction of a boat, similar to tacking.
- Shunt (theatre company)—an experimental theatre company based in London
- An alternative metabolic pathway, most commonly used to refer to the hexose monophosphate shunt, which bypasses or runs parallel to glycolysis
- Shunt, a house robot in the TV series Robot Wars
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