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Figure 9: Patient 14: Right frontal parasagittal craniotomy, interhemispheric transcallosal subchoroidal approach. (a) Right frontal lobe retraction for interhemispheric exposure; (b) bilateral distal anterior cerebral arteries exposed; (c) exposure of corpus callosum; (d) corpus callosal incision and CSF drainage; (e) exposure of lateral ventricular choroid plexus; (f) subchoroidal approach to third ventricle; (g) exposure of the tumor; (h) tumor decompression; (i) the lax right frontal lobe after surgery

Figure 9: Patient 14: Right frontal parasagittal craniotomy, interhemispheric transcallosal subchoroidal approach. (a) Right frontal lobe retraction for interhemispheric exposure; (b) bilateral distal anterior cerebral arteries exposed; (c) exposure of corpus callosum; (d) corpus callosal incision and CSF drainage; (e) exposure of lateral ventricular choroid plexus; (f) subchoroidal approach to third ventricle; (g) exposure of the tumor; (h) tumor decompression; (i) the lax right frontal lobe after surgery