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Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of the infant showing a large right face turn. (b) Axial T2 scan (magnetic resonance imaging) showing an encephalomeningocele involving the right lower pons with the neural tissue tethered to an intracranial dermoid (yellow arrow). (c) High resolution computerized tomogram of the temporal bone showing a cochlear and vestibular aplasia with poorly formed semi-circular ducts in the right inner ear when compared to the left (red arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Clinical photograph of the infant showing a large right face turn. (b) Axial T2 scan (magnetic resonance imaging) showing an encephalomeningocele involving the right lower pons with the neural tissue tethered to an intracranial dermoid (yellow arrow). (c) High resolution computerized tomogram of the temporal bone showing a cochlear and vestibular aplasia with poorly formed semi-circular ducts in the right inner ear when compared to the left (red arrow)