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Sotos syndrome (MRIs)

(A) Axial MRI of a patient with Sotos syndrome shows a prominent trigone region of the lateral ventricles and mild dilatation of lateral ventricles. (B) Midsagittal MRI of the same patient showing dysplastic corpus callosum with thinning of the posterior portion of the body of the corpus callosum. (Contributed by Dr. Ghada M H Abdel-Salam.)

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