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Figure 12 (A-D): Recurrent left glossopharyngeal nerve schwannoma. A 42-year-old male operated for glossopharyngeal nerve schwannoma 7 years ago. Axial B-FFE (A) and coronal T2-weighted (B) images show a recurrent mass in the inferior aspect of left cerebellopontine angle cistern, extending into the jugular foramen and continuing along with the jugular bulb. Axial (C) and sagittal (D) post-contrast T1-weighted images show intense peripheral enhancement. Centre of the lesion is cystic and show no enhancement. As this patient is a recurrent biopsy-proven case of glossopharyngeal schwannoma, further radiotherapy was given

Figure 12 (A-D): Recurrent left glossopharyngeal nerve schwannoma. A 42-year-old male operated for glossopharyngeal nerve schwannoma 7 years ago. Axial B-FFE (A) and coronal T2-weighted (B) images show a recurrent mass in the inferior aspect of left cerebellopontine angle cistern, extending into the jugular foramen and continuing along with the jugular bulb. Axial (C) and sagittal (D) post-contrast T1-weighted images show intense peripheral enhancement. Centre of the lesion is cystic and show no enhancement. As this patient is a recurrent biopsy-proven case of glossopharyngeal schwannoma, further radiotherapy was given