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Figure 4. (a) Brain MRI, T1-weighted, an axial cut without contrast: Cerebellar vermis hypoplasia, thickening of superior cerebellar peduncles and prominent cisterna magna, referred to as the “molar tooth sign”. (b) Brain MRI, T1-weighted, an axial cut without contrast. Absence of the vermis with apposed cerebellar hemispheres.

Figure 4. (a) Brain MRI, T1-weighted, an axial cut without contrast: Cerebellar vermis hypoplasia, thickening of superior cerebellar peduncles and prominent cisterna magna, referred to as the “molar tooth sign”. (b) Brain MRI, T1-weighted, an axial cut without contrast. Absence of the vermis with apposed cerebellar hemispheres.