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Figure 1: Neonate presenting with gross hydrocephalus, Chiari II malformation, Ventral CSF cyst extending from C4-D1, and low-lying tethered cord. The ventral CSF cyst is compressing the cord. (A) Clinical photograph: frontal view showing gross hydrocephalus and sunsetting sign. (B) Chiari III malformation. (C) Sagittal T2-weighted MR image showing the ventral CSF cyst-C4-D1 compressing the upper cervical cord, Chiari II malformation, and occipitocervical encephalocele. (D) Sagittal T2-weighted MR image showing low-lying cord with tethering

Figure 1: Neonate presenting with gross hydrocephalus, Chiari II malformation, Ventral CSF cyst extending from C4-D1, and low-lying tethered cord. The ventral CSF cyst is compressing the cord. (A) Clinical photograph: frontal view showing gross hydrocephalus and sunsetting sign. (B) Chiari III malformation. (C) Sagittal T<sub>2</sub>-weighted MR image showing the ventral CSF cyst-C4-D1 compressing the upper cervical cord, Chiari II malformation, and occipitocervical encephalocele. (D) Sagittal T<sub>2</sub>-weighted MR image showing low-lying cord with tethering