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Figure 1: (a-c) Axial CECT shows multiple dural based homogenously enhancing lesions along the left side of cavernous sinus (a) left tentorium (b-c) right tentorial edge (thick arrow; b) and, left posterior temporal convexity dura (c) with significant oedema in left tempro-occipital brain. (d-f) On MRI, the lesions are isointense on T1-weighted (thin arrow; d), hypointense on T2-weighted (thin arrow; e) and show homogenous enhancement. Note that left posterior temporal brain is showing cystic changes (thick arrow; d, e)

Figure 1: (a-c) Axial CECT shows multiple dural based homogenously enhancing lesions along the left side of cavernous sinus (a) left tentorium (b-c) right tentorial edge (thick arrow; b) and, left posterior temporal convexity dura (c) with significant oedema in left tempro-occipital brain. (d-f) On MRI, the lesions are isointense on T1-weighted (thin arrow; d), hypointense on T2-weighted (thin arrow; e) and show homogenous enhancement. Note that left posterior temporal brain is showing cystic changes (thick arrow; d, e)