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Figure 1: Axial-sections of contrast computed tomography (CT) of the brain showing a large left parietal scalp collection, lytic destruction of the underlying bone with epidural collection representative of osteomyelitis, with scalp and extradural abscesses (a and b). Postoperative follow-up CT scan of the brain at 14 months showing no evidence of recurrent/fresh lesions (c)

Figure 1: Axial-sections of contrast computed tomography (CT) of the brain showing a large left parietal scalp collection, lytic destruction of the underlying bone with epidural collection representative of osteomyelitis, with scalp and extradural abscesses (a and b). Postoperative follow-up CT scan of the brain at 14 months showing no evidence of recurrent/fresh lesions (c)