A 26-year-old-man presented with intermittent headache for the last two years. The patient had no other medical history such as infection, subarachnoid hemorrhage, trauma or malignancies affecting central nervous system. A cranial CT and MR were performed. Cranial imaging revealed multiple arachnoid cysts located in right temporal fossa (Galassi type 2), left temporal fossa extending to the convexity (Galassi type 3), prepontine cistern extending to the cerebellopontine angle cistern and laterally to the left cerebellar hemisphere, cerebellar interhemispheric fissure (Fig. A). The arachnoid cyst was located left to the temporal fossa and extended to the convexity and caused a moderate shift in central cranial structures. The arachnoid cysts had the same signal intensity as cerebrospinal fluid in FLAIR and other conventional sequences (Fig. B). On diffusion MR, lesions had no restricted diffusion (Fig. C). No concomitant brain abnormality was identified. Neurological examination findings were not compatible with intracranial stasis. The patient underwent cyst fenestration operation and the diagnosis was also confirmed histopathologically. After the operation the amount of headache episodes and shift of central cranial structures decreased.