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Figure 1: (a) MRI axial contrast of an 8-year-old boy showing large solid cystic right frontal lesion with intense heterogeneous enhancement of solid and thick rim enhancement of cystic component. HPE was GBM. (b) MRI T2 axial contrast of a 33-year-old female showing large ill-defined T2-weighted hyperintense left insular lesion with few intralesional cystic areas and no significant contrast enhancement. HPE was anaplastic oligoastrocytoma. (c) MRI axial contrast of a 61-year-old female showing a thick-walled peripheral enhancing anterior corpus callosum midline-crossing lesion with central necrosis. HPE was GBM. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, GBM: Glioblastoma multiforme, HPE: Histopathological examination

Figure 1: (a) MRI axial contrast of an 8-year-old boy showing large solid cystic right frontal lesion with intense heterogeneous enhancement of solid and thick rim enhancement of cystic component. HPE was GBM. (b) MRI T2 axial contrast of a 33-year-old female showing large ill-defined T2-weighted hyperintense left insular lesion with few intralesional cystic areas and no significant contrast enhancement. HPE was anaplastic oligoastrocytoma. (c) MRI axial contrast of a 61-year-old female showing a thick-walled peripheral enhancing anterior corpus callosum midline-crossing lesion with central necrosis. HPE was GBM. MRI: Magnetic resonance imaging, GBM: Glioblastoma multiforme, HPE: Histopathological examination