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Figure 4: Corpus callosum agenesis (complete) in a child with abnormal growth and development. Coronal FLAIR (a) image shows high riding third ventricle communicating with the interhemispheric fissure (thin arrow), and crescent shaped frontal horns indented medially by white matter tracts of Probst's bundles (thick arrow); axial T2W image (b) shows widely separated and parallel lateral ventricles with colpocephaly (double arrow); and sagittal T1W (c) image shows complete absence of the corpus callosum and cingulate sulcus (thin arrow). Pituitary gland was, however, normal (not shown)

Figure 4: Corpus callosum agenesis (complete) in a child with abnormal growth and development. Coronal FLAIR (a) image shows high riding third ventricle communicating with the interhemispheric fissure (thin arrow), and crescent shaped frontal horns indented medially by white matter tracts of Probst's bundles (thick arrow); axial T2W image (b) shows widely separated and parallel lateral ventricles with colpocephaly (double arrow); and sagittal T1W (c) image shows complete absence of the corpus callosum and cingulate sulcus (thin arrow). Pituitary gland was, however, normal (not shown)