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Figure 2: (a) Intraoperative microscope photographs of Case number 1 syrinx-subarachnoid shunt placement. The arachnoid was densely opaque. (b) Opened to initiate lysis of adhesions. (c) The Subarachnoid space was satisfactorily opened. (d) To allow for placement of syrinxsubarachnoid shunt. (e) Subsequent arachnoid closure

Figure 2: (a) Intraoperative microscope photographs of Case number 1 syrinx-subarachnoid shunt placement. The arachnoid was densely opaque. (b) Opened to initiate lysis of adhesions. (c) The Subarachnoid space was satisfactorily opened. (d) To allow for placement of syrinxsubarachnoid shunt. (e) Subsequent arachnoid closure