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Figure 2: (a) Upon this, single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography images were acquired from the vertex to pelvis. Cranial sections revealed the passage of activity to the proximal part of spinal canal indicating proximal patency of the shunt. (b and c) However, abdominal slices showed accumulation of activity at the superior part of bifurcation level with no activity at the distal end of shunt as well as no spilling of radiotracer into the peritoneal cavity indicating shunt obstruction

Figure 2: (a) Upon this, single-photon emission computed tomography/computed tomography images were acquired from the vertex to pelvis. Cranial sections revealed the passage of activity to the proximal part of spinal canal indicating proximal patency of the shunt. (b and c) However, abdominal slices showed accumulation of activity at the superior part of bifurcation level with no activity at the distal end of shunt as well as no spilling of radiotracer into the peritoneal cavity indicating shunt obstruction