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Figure 2 (A-D): Magnetic resonance images of the brain. (A) Axial T2-weighted MRI shows an extracranial mass which is appearing predominantly hypointense with central areas of hyperintensity due to cystic degeneration and haemorrhage. (B) Coronal T1-weighted MRI shows the mass to be predominantly hyperintense with central areas of hypointensity. (C) Axial T1-weighted post contrast MRI shows the mass to be predominantly hyperintense without any appreciable enhancement. (D) Axial susceptibility weighted image (SWI) shows mild blooming in centre suggestive of hemorrhage

Figure 2 (A-D): Magnetic resonance images of the brain. (A) Axial T2-weighted MRI shows an extracranial mass which is appearing predominantly hypointense with central areas of hyperintensity due to cystic degeneration and haemorrhage. (B) Coronal T1-weighted MRI shows the mass to be predominantly hyperintense with central areas of hypointensity. (C) Axial T1-weighted post contrast MRI shows the mass to be predominantly hyperintense without any appreciable enhancement. (D) Axial susceptibility weighted image (SWI) shows mild blooming in centre suggestive of hemorrhage