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Figure 1: (a) axial plain CT scan showing hypodense lesion in the right occipital region, which shows ring enhancement on contrast (b). Axial MRI T1-weighted sequences showing hypointense lesion (c) with surrounding edema; this is appreciated better on T2-weighted sequences (d). The hypointense wall shows contrast enhancement (e), and conglomerate lesions are seen on coronal sections (f). The first postoperative contrast CT scan shows lack of ring enhancement (g). CT scan chest shows the healed left apical lung lesion (h).

Figure 1: (a) axial plain CT scan showing hypodense lesion in the right occipital region, which shows ring enhancement on contrast (b). Axial MRI T1-weighted sequences showing hypointense lesion (c) with surrounding edema; this is appreciated better on T2-weighted sequences (d). The hypointense wall shows contrast enhancement (e), and conglomerate lesions are seen on coronal sections (f). The first postoperative contrast CT scan shows lack of ring enhancement (g). CT scan chest shows the healed left apical lung lesion (h).