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Figure 1 :(a) T1W (flair) and (b) T2W brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) shows communicating hydrocephalus and periventricular edema. (c) Axial CT demonstrates the catheter for external ventricular drainage in the frontal horn of the right lateral ventricle, decreased ventricular size, and disappearance of periventricular edema

Figure 1 :(a) T1W (flair) and (b) T2W brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) shows communicating hydrocephalus and periventricular edema. (c) Axial CT demonstrates the catheter for external ventricular drainage in the frontal horn of the right lateral ventricle, decreased ventricular size, and disappearance of
periventricular edema