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Figure 2: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery axial magnetic resonance image showing vermain lesion with left cerebellar hemispheric extension. Cystic areas can be appreciated in this lesion. (b) T2-weighted axial magnetic resonance image showing hyperintense vermain lesion with compression over the brain stem. (c) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image after gadolinium injection showing enhancing part of vermain lesion with cystic changes in left cerebellar hemispheric lesion. (d) Postoperative computed tomography scan (with contrast) image after the second surgery showing near total resection of the vermian lesion with no contrast-enhancing residue or hematoma

Figure 2: (a) Fluid-attenuated inversion recovery axial magnetic resonance image showing vermain lesion with left cerebellar hemispheric extension. Cystic areas can be appreciated in this lesion. (b) T2-weighted axial magnetic resonance image showing hyperintense vermain lesion with compression over the brain stem. (c) T1-weighted axial magnetic resonance image after gadolinium injection showing enhancing part of vermain lesion with cystic changes in left cerebellar hemispheric lesion. (d) Postoperative computed tomography scan (with contrast) image after the second surgery showing near total resection of the vermian lesion with no contrast-enhancing residue or hematoma