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Figure 1: (a) Coronal slice from the follow-up angio-magnetic resonance imaging showing the reconstitution of the physiological caliber of the right transverse-sigmoid sinus. Comparison between preoperative (b) and follow-up (c) axial magnetic resonance imaging images demonstrating the resolution of two important radiological signs of intracranial hypertension: the posterior flattening of the ocular globes and the papillary protrusion

Figure 1: (a) Coronal slice from the follow-up angio-magnetic resonance imaging showing the reconstitution of the physiological caliber of the right transverse-sigmoid sinus. Comparison between preoperative (b) and follow-up (c) axial magnetic resonance imaging images demonstrating the resolution of two important radiological signs of intracranial hypertension: the posterior flattening of the ocular globes and the papillary protrusion