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Figure 2: Sagittal T1 (a), coronal (b) and axial (c, d) T2 sections of MRI showing markedly hypoplastic pons with small ventral cleft giving “Z”-shaped appearance to brainstem (white arrow), hypoplastic corpus callosum (white asterisk), absence of the septum pellucidum (black asterisk), hypoplastic cerebellum (white block arrow) with few microcysts (black arrow) and cobblestone lissencephaly in bilateral frontal and perisylvian regions (white arrowheads). The imaging findings are suggestive of a diagnosis of an alpha dystroglycanopathy

Figure 2: Sagittal T1 (a), coronal (b) and axial (c, d) T2 sections of MRI showing markedly hypoplastic pons with small ventral cleft giving “Z”-shaped appearance to brainstem (white arrow), hypoplastic corpus callosum (white asterisk), absence of the septum pellucidum (black asterisk), hypoplastic cerebellum (white block arrow) with few microcysts (black arrow) and cobblestone lissencephaly in bilateral frontal and perisylvian regions (white arrowheads). The imaging findings are suggestive of a diagnosis of an alpha dystroglycanopathy