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Figure 1: Coronal view along the plane of the choroid plexus of sonogram (a) showed obstructive hydrocephalus with enlarged bilateral lateral ventricle and high echogenicity over the quadrigeminal cistern and cerebellar hemispheres (arrow). Midline sagittal view of sonogram (b) showed enlarged 3rd ventricle and ill-defined hyperechoic density over the cerebellum (arrow) with upward compression of the 3rd ventricle and the 4th ventricle hard to identified

Figure 1: Coronal view along the plane of the choroid plexus of sonogram (a) showed obstructive hydrocephalus with enlarged bilateral lateral ventricle and high echogenicity over the quadrigeminal cistern and cerebellar hemispheres (arrow). Midline sagittal view of sonogram (b) showed enlarged 3<sup>rd</sup> ventricle and ill-defined hyperechoic density over the cerebellum (arrow) with upward compression of the 3<sup>rd</sup> ventricle and the 4<sup>th</sup> ventricle hard to identified