A dog with hydrocephalus as a result of aqueduct stenosis and cerebellar herniation underwent ventriculoperitoneal shunting. Magnetic resonance images and computed tomography scans taken after the surgery revealed subdural accumulations of haemorrhagic fluid and cereberocortical collapse caused by overshunting and leakage of cerebrospinal fluid from the site of insertion of the shunt. However, the degree of cerebellar herniation was reduced after the shunt was inserted, and the dog did not develop any neurological signs and made good progress.
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