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An 8-month-old baby boy presented to the paediatrics outpatient department with a complaint of enlargement of head size. General and cardiovascular examinations, as well as routine biochemical analysis were within normal limits. There was no evidence of skin lesions to suggest capillary malformation neither there was any limb hypertrophy, also there was no history of skin lesions, limb hypertrophy or vascular malformations in the family. Skull ultrasound (USG) done outside reported a heterogeneous, predominantly hypoechoic lesion in region posterior to third ventricle with dilated lateral and third ventricle and normal-sized fourth ventricle suggestive of obstructive hydrocephalus. Slow flow was …