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Figure 1: Clinical photograph (left image) showing right-sided hydrocele with transillumination test confirming the presence of shunt tubing in the scrotum (arrow); inset image showing bilateral subcostal scars (yellow and red arrows). Abdominal X.ray (right image) showing both the right (yellow arrow) and left (red arrow) ventriculoperitoneal shunt in situ; peritoneal end of ventriculoperitoneal shunt extending into the right inguino-scrotal region is evident

Figure 1: Clinical photograph (left image) showing right-sided hydrocele with transillumination test confirming the presence of shunt tubing in the scrotum (arrow); inset image showing bilateral subcostal scars (yellow and red arrows). Abdominal X.ray (right image) showing both the right (yellow arrow) and left (red arrow) ventriculoperitoneal shunt <i>in situ</i>; peritoneal end of ventriculoperitoneal shunt extending into the right inguino-scrotal region is evident