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Giant cisterna magna, also called as mega cisterna magna, is a normal variation, and therefore, it is not a disease. It is found in about 1% of all scans done postnatally. The cisterna magna is the space between the inferior margin of the vermis and the posterior rim of the foramen magnum. The normal cisterna magna measures between 3 mmContinue reading “GIANT CISTERNA MAGNA”