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Figure 2: Craniospinal MRI of our patient showing mild enlargement of lateral ventricles with cavum septum pellucidum (orange arrow) in T2-weighted image (WI) axial view (A) and coronal view (B). Hypoplasia with the vermis with normal cerebellar hemispheres was also noted (C–D). T2-WI midsagittal (E) and coronal view at level of body of lateral ventricles (F) showing cavum velum interpositum (red arrow) and a large interthalamic adhesion. Spinal screening in sagittal view (G) showing normal spine

Figure 2: Craniospinal MRI of our patient showing mild enlargement of lateral ventricles with cavum septum pellucidum (orange arrow) in T2-weighted image (WI) axial view (A) and coronal view (B). Hypoplasia with the vermis with normal cerebellar hemispheres was also noted (C–D). T2-WI midsagittal (E) and coronal view at level of body of lateral ventricles (F) showing cavum velum interpositum (red arrow) and a large interthalamic adhesion. Spinal screening in sagittal view (G) showing normal spine