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Figure 19 (A, B): Post shunt decompression of chronic hydrocephalus. An 8-year-old female, K/C/O tectal glioma (arrow in B, FLAIR image) causing obstructive hydrocephalus, underwent an MRI for follow-up 7 days after palliative shunt decompression. The corpus callosum (arrows in A) appears redundant with irregular rostral margins and focal signal abnormalities, which appear hypointense on T1-weighted (A) and hyperintense on FLAIR images

Figure 19 (A, B): Post shunt decompression of chronic hydrocephalus. An 8-year-old female, K/C/O tectal glioma (arrow in B, FLAIR image) causing obstructive hydrocephalus, underwent an MRI for follow-up 7 days after palliative shunt decompression. The corpus callosum (arrows in A) appears redundant with irregular rostral margins and focal signal abnormalities, which appear hypointense on T1-weighted (A) and hyperintense on FLAIR images