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Widened partially empty sella with compressed pituitary tissue.
Narrowed lateral ventricles notably the anterior horns with slit-like appearance.
Exaggerated subarachnoid fluid surrounding both optic nerves with bulging optic discs and abnormal concavity of the posterior scleral surface. (findings associated with papilloedema regardless of the cause).
Smooth attenuation of the lateral aspects of both transverse sinuses, also another consequent to increased intra cranial pressure.
No focal lesions identified or any structural abnormality that can explain the increased intracranial pressure and the associated paplloedema.