Conversion of multilocular hydrocephalus to unilocular

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✓ A patient with postinflammatory hydrocephalus had a multiloculated, lateral ventricular system that was treated by a routine shunting procedure after the multiloculated system had been converted into a uniloculated system by direct intraventricular surgery.

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