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Figure 12: Jouberts syndrome: Magnetic resonance imaging axial section T2-weighted shows mildly hypoplastic dysplastic vermis with fourth ventricle communicates directly through a narrow interhemispheric cleft with the cisterna magna and elongated fourth ventricle giving the classical "Molar tooth sign"

Figure 12: Jouberts syndrome: Magnetic resonance imaging axial section T2-weighted shows mildly hypoplastic dysplastic vermis with fourth ventricle communicates directly through a narrow interhemispheric cleft with the cisterna magna and elongated fourth ventricle giving the classical