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Colloid Cysts, also called neuroepithelial cysts are located in the rostral aspect of the third ventricle in the brain  . It appears near the center of the brain and grows along the roof of the third ventricle that holds spinal fluid. Increase in the size of cyst can block the flow of cerebrospinal fluid causing hydrocephalus (water on the brain or a buildup of CSF in the brain). The buildup of CSF in the brain can increase intracranial pressure that compresses surrounding brain tissues indoi:10.14257/ijmue.2016.11.9.34 fatcat:noz4mvpgfnbanaxt2tcknmimnu