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Vermis hypoplasia with superior rotation of the vermian remnant associated with an enlarged posterior fossa communicating with the fourth ventricle.
A large cystic area occupies the posterior aspect of the posterior fossa communicating directly with the fourth ventricle. No normal vermis can be identified, with a small vermian remnant appearing displaced and rotated superiorly. Features are consistent with a Dandy Walker malformation.