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Figure 3 (A and B): Congenital: Colobomas. Axial and coronal T2W (A) images of a 5-day-old child show right microphthalmia with bilateral colobomas (arrows). Note the right optic nerve is hypoplastic and smaller as compared to the left optic nerve (curved arrows). Other brain findings on axial and sagittal T2W (B) images include multiple choroid plexus cysts (arrowheads), dysplastic cerebellum with posterior fossa cysts (elbow arrow), corpus callosal agenesis, and subependymal heterotopia (black arrow). These findings were suggestive of Aicardi syndrome

Figure 3 (A and B): Congenital: Colobomas. Axial and coronal T2W (A) images of a 5-day-old child show right microphthalmia with bilateral colobomas (arrows). Note the right optic nerve is hypoplastic and smaller as compared to the left optic nerve (curved arrows). Other brain findings on axial and sagittal T2W (B) images include multiple choroid plexus cysts (arrowheads), dysplastic cerebellum with posterior fossa cysts (elbow arrow), corpus callosal agenesis, and subependymal heterotopia (black arrow). These findings were suggestive of Aicardi syndrome