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Figure 1: Photograph showing multiple tubercles on choroid plexus, lateral ventricle, and third ventricle (a and b), blunt perforation of third ventricle floor in front of mamillary body by bipolar forceps (c), water jet dissection using 2 mm irrigation catheter (d), dilatation of stoma by ventriculostomy forceps (e), inflammatory exudates in the basal cistern (f)

Figure 1: Photograph showing multiple tubercles on choroid plexus, lateral ventricle, and third ventricle (a and b), blunt perforation of third ventricle floor in front of mamillary body by bipolar forceps (c), water jet dissection using 2 mm irrigation catheter (d), dilatation of stoma by ventriculostomy forceps (e), inflammatory exudates in the basal cistern (f)