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Figure 2: (A) The ventricular end was embedded in a lateral ventricular ependymal wall (pointed with a broken arrow). (B) The abdominal end was buried in the occipital horn, and a slit on the abdominal catheter end can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow). (C) Shunt connector tied with a silk suture can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow)

Figure 2: (A) The ventricular end was embedded in a lateral ventricular ependymal wall (pointed with a broken arrow). (B) The abdominal end was buried in the occipital horn, and a slit on the abdominal catheter end can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow). (C) Shunt connector tied with a silk suture can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow)