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There is a suprasellar heterogeneous mass enlarging and obstructing the third ventricle, compressing the mesencephalon and the cerebral peduncles, and displacing without invading the basilar artery and the circle of Willis' vessels. It shows a high T2 signal that suppresses partially on FLAIR, no calcifications or acute haemorrhage are seen. The lesion obstructs the interventricular foramina and the proximal cerebral aqueduct promoting a chronic obstructive hydrocephalus.