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Figure 2: (a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (MRI) obtained 14 months after radiosurgery showing a small mass lesion close to the left lateral ventricle and white matter edema. (b) Computed tomography scan obtained 34 months after radiosurgery showing a small hematoma in the left basal ganglia. (c,d) Gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted MRI obtained 43 months after radiosurgery showing a small enhanced lesion close to the left lateral ventricle, with the hematoma cavity in the basal ganglia rto show enhANCEMENT plain MRi pictures are reqd. (e) Left internal carotid angiogram (lateral view) 43 months after SRS revealing no visible residual nidus

Figure 2: (a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance image (MRI) obtained 14 months after radiosurgery showing a small mass lesion close to the left lateral ventricle and white matter edema. (b) Computed tomography scan
obtained 34 months after radiosurgery showing a small hematoma in the left basal ganglia. (c,d) Gadolinium-enhanced T1-weighted MRI obtained 43 months after radiosurgery showing a small enhanced lesion close to
the left lateral ventricle, with the hematoma cavity in the basal ganglia rto show enhANCEMENT plain MRi pictures are reqd. (e) Left internal carotid angiogram (lateral view) 43 months after SRS revealing no visible
residual nidus