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Figure 1: (a) Typical facial appearance of TRAPPC4 trappopathy with bitemporal narrowing, thick eyebrows, full cheeks, long filtrum, wide mouth, thin and tinted upper lip, and pointed chin. Atopic dermatitis, spastic fisting are also noted. (b) T1 weighted MRI slice showing enlarged subarachnoid spaces at presentation. (c and d) Severe cerebral atrophy is more prominent over the frontotemporal regions; lateral ventricles and subarachnoid spaces are enlarged, secondary to atrophy at the age of 5.5 months

Figure 1: (a) Typical facial appearance of TRAPPC4 trappopathy with bitemporal narrowing, thick eyebrows, full cheeks, long filtrum, wide mouth, thin and tinted upper lip, and pointed chin. Atopic dermatitis, spastic fisting are also noted. (b) T1 weighted MRI slice showing enlarged subarachnoid spaces at presentation. (c and d) Severe cerebral atrophy is more prominent over the frontotemporal regions; lateral ventricles and subarachnoid spaces are enlarged, secondary to atrophy at the age of 5.5 months