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Figure 10 T1 sagittal (A), T2 axial (B), axial SWI (C), and T1C+ axial (D) images of a young child showing a mass in the fourth ventricle having cystic areas within (B), foci of blooming (C), and heterogenous contrast enhancement (D). Lesion is seen to extend laterally through the bilateral foramen of Luschka (arrows in B) − the age, location, and imaging features are suggestive of PF-EPN-A subtype of ependymoma.

Figure 10 T1 sagittal (A), T2 axial (B), axial SWI (C), and T1C+ axial (D) images of a young child showing a mass in the fourth ventricle having cystic areas within (B), foci of blooming (C), and heterogenous contrast enhancement (D). Lesion is seen to extend laterally through the bilateral foramen of Luschka (arrows in B) − the age, location, and imaging features are suggestive of PF-EPN-A subtype of ependymoma.