A 27-month-old girl was referred to our hospital because of growth retardation. She was small for her age. Her weight and height were under 3rd percentile. She was vocalising well and her motor development was normal. She had strabismus and there was no other focal neurological signs. She was born through normal vaginal delivery at 28th gestational week and weighed 900 grams. Pregnancy and neonatal period were normal. There was no family history of congenital central nervous system (CNS) disorders. There were no neuroradiological findings of inborn errors of metabolism, leukodystrophy, exposure to hypoxia or inflammatory CNS disease.
Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) were given here.

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