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Transventricular endoscopic approach to the anterior interhemispheric fissure for neurocysticercosis: illustrative cases

Mao Vásquez, Luis J. Saavedra, Hector H. García, Alejandro Apaza, Yelimer Caucha, Jorge E. Medina, Dennis Heredia, Fernando Romero, and William W. Lines-Aguilar

. Surgery We used a Storz device for ventricular endoscopy, approaching through the right Kocher’s point with a trephine, in the same projection as for an endoscopic third ventriculostomy (ETV) once in the right lateral ventricle the thalamus-striate vein, choroid plexus, and the protrusion at the floor of the lateral ventricle produced by the NCC cysts in the AIF ( Fig. 2 ), which was fenestrated with bipolar coagulation up to the AIF ( Fig. 2 ). From here, some cysts began to appear and were removed with a Nelaton #8 probe, which allowed us to extract a greater volume