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Figure 1: MRI brain T2 fluid-attenuated inversion recovery image reveals hyperintensity in the bilateral cerebellar hemisphere (A) with prominent temporal horns, and dilated third and lateral ventricle with periventricular ooze (B). Repeat MRI brain performed 3 months later revealed minimal hyperintense cerebellar signals (C) with complete resolution of hydrocephalus (D)

Figure 1: MRI brain T2 fluid-attenuated inversion recovery image reveals hyperintensity in the bilateral cerebellar hemisphere (A) with prominent temporal horns, and dilated third and lateral ventricle with periventricular ooze (B). Repeat MRI brain performed 3 months later revealed minimal hyperintense cerebellar signals (C) with complete resolution of hydrocephalus (D)