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Figure 1: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery axial magnetic resonance image showing left temporoparietal lesion with diffuse cerebral edema and mass effect. (b) T2-weighted axial magnetic resonance image showing hyperintense left temporoparietal lesion. (c) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image with gadolinium injection showing diffuse enhancement in left temporal lesion with partial but brilliant enhancement in the vermian lesion. (d) T1-weighted coronal magnetic resonance image after gadolinium injection showing contrast-enhancing lesions in the left temporal lobe and vermis. (e) Postoperative computed tomography scan (with contrast) image after the first surgery showing good decompression of the left temporal lesion with no contrast-enhancing residue or hematoma

Figure 1: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery axial magnetic resonance image showing left temporoparietal lesion with diffuse cerebral edema and mass effect. (b) T2-weighted axial magnetic resonance image showing hyperintense left temporoparietal lesion. (c) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image with gadolinium injection showing diffuse enhancement in left temporal lesion with partial but brilliant enhancement in the vermian lesion. (d) T1-weighted coronal magnetic resonance image after gadolinium injection showing contrast-enhancing lesions in the left temporal lobe and vermis. (e) Postoperative computed tomography scan (with contrast) image after the first surgery showing good decompression of the left temporal lesion with no contrast-enhancing residue or hematoma