Case of the Month

On axial images there is no fluid filled septum pellicidum. There is a non-visualization of CSP. That makes us think of prosencephalic malformation. At the level of lateral ventricles there is a dysmorphic appearences of posterior horns of lateral ventricules. Anterior and posterior hemispheres are separated by the falx and interhemispheric fissure. Here, there is a continuity of the cerebral hemispheres. On sagittal images it is very clear that the corpus callosum splenium and genu are present but the body is absent.

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