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CT Head VP shunt

FINDINGS: There is no hemorrhage, edema or pathologic fluid collections. There is no evidence of hydrocephalus, mass effect or herniation. An intact ventriculoperitoneal shunt is again visualized with the tip terminating near the midline right frontal horn and is unchanged in appearance from comparison study. There is preservation of the normal gray-white differentiation. There are no brain masses identified. The orbital contents are normal and maintain cross midline symmetry. Diffuse sinus opacification is again visualized, however, is slightly improved from omparison study. IMPRESSION: 1. Intact VP shunt without evidence of complication or hydrocephalus as queried. Stable ventricular size. 2. Diffuse sinus opacification slightly improved from comparison study.