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Large ill defined intra-axial space occupying lesion occupying the posterior fossa, centered on the 4th ventricle and inseparable from the brainstem. No significant enhancement on post contrast study. the rest of the 4th ventricle is compressed to the right side and there is supratentorial hydrocephalic changes and right frontal area of encephalomalacia from previous traumatic haemorrhage.