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The lateral and third ventricles are enlarged, with a stenosis in the mid aqueduct, consistent with aqueductal stenosis. In addition the pituitary fossa is empty and there is prominence of the optic nerve sheaths with increased DWI signal at the optic nerve heads (MRI correlate of papilloedema). Furthermore the cerebellar tonsils are low lying (Chiari I), without syrinx.