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Figure 3: (A) Ventricular end of the shunt was held with grasping forceps. (B) Ventricular end of the shunt was removed out of the cranium with a ventriculoscope and grasping forceps. (C) After passing out of the chamber, a ventriculoscope was reinserted. (D) A knot in the distal catheter end can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow). (E) Postoperative computed tomography of the brain showing a clear lateral ventricle with reduced size of the ventricle

Figure 3: (A) Ventricular end of the shunt was held with grasping forceps. (B) Ventricular end of the shunt was removed out of the cranium with a ventriculoscope and grasping forceps. (C) After passing out of the chamber, a ventriculoscope was reinserted. (D) A knot in the distal catheter end can be seen (pointed with a broken arrow). (E) Postoperative computed tomography of the brain showing a clear lateral ventricle with reduced size of the ventricle