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hypoplasia of inferior cerebellar vermis

I have just had an MRI done. The report reads:

There is hypoplasia of inferior cerebellar vermis with large cisterna magma and no enlargement of posterior fossa.
No focal parenchymal abnormality is detected
What does it mean and is it serious?

I am a little forgetful. Could that be because I am taking "serta" a medicine ?
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