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Acute cerebellitis with hydrocephalus and brainstem compression
  1. B Tabarki Melaiki,
  2. F Thabet,
  3. S B Anjum,
  4. A Amin
  1. Department of Pediatrics, Al Hada Military hospital, Taif, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
  1. Correspondence to:
    B Tabarki Melaiki
    Department of Pediatrics, Al Hada Military Hospital, Taif, 1347, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia;btabarki{at}yahoo.com

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An 8-year-old boy presented with occipital headache, vomiting and severe gait disorder, with inability to walk. A magnetic resonance image of the brain showed hydrocephalus with transependymal resorption (fig 1A) and marked bilateral cerebellar swelling (fig …

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