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Does anyone know what this is? Is it a vein with 2 giant ANEURISMS? I’ll take any ideas, even if you’re not sure!
I am not a radiologist, but you can only see Aneurysms with a MRA or CTA. They look like extra CSF pooling. Do you know the answer?
It almost looks like there is a shunt in place to drain the excess CSF. So my guess is hydrocephalous with a shunt, and maybe the shunt failed.
Or it is a picture of someone with Dandy Walker syndrome?
Thanks Lab-Scientist-Lady! I will look into your ideas. I haven’t had a shunt. I will look up Dandy Walker syndrome as well.
Thanks again 🙂
Oh okay. Maybe you have hydrocephalous like so many of us EDSers.
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