Sleep and cardiac disorders
Sep. 21, 2023
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MRI demonstrated in (A) T2-weighted axial flare study, (B) T1-weighted sagittal view, and (C) T2-weighted parasagittal view. The entire cerebellum, both vermis and lateral hemispheres, is small, and the folia appear excessively prominent because of the wide sulci that separate them. The brainstem, including the basis pontis, is well formed, and supratentorial structures also appear normal, including the cerebral cortical gyri, corpus callosum, ventricles, and deep telencephalic and diencephalic structures. (Contributed by Dr. Harvey Sarnat.)