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Figure 2: There is contrast enhancement in the labyrinthine part of the facial and vestibulocochlear nerves (arrows in a) and bilateral abducens nerves (arrowheads in a). Contrast enhancement is also seen in bilateral trigeminal nerves (arrows in b) and bilateral oculomotor nerves in the interpeduncular cistern (arrowheads in c), and bilateral trigeminal nerves at the Meckel's caves (arrowheads in d). Contrast enhancement is seen of the cisternal part of the oculomotor nerve (arrows in e), of bilateral Meckel's caves (arrowheads in e) and of the pontine segments of trigeminal nerves (arrows in f)

Figure 2: There is contrast enhancement in the labyrinthine part of the facial and vestibulocochlear nerves (arrows in a) and bilateral abducens nerves (arrowheads in a). Contrast enhancement is also seen in bilateral trigeminal nerves (arrows in b) and bilateral oculomotor nerves in the interpeduncular cistern (arrowheads in c), and bilateral trigeminal nerves at the Meckel's caves (arrowheads in d). Contrast enhancement is seen of the cisternal part of the oculomotor nerve (arrows in e), of bilateral Meckel's caves (arrowheads in e) and of the pontine segments of trigeminal nerves (arrows in f)