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Figure 1: Imaging of the patient shows hypodense lesion with calcification and subfalcine extension on computed tomography scan (a), heterogeneously hypointense on T1-weighted sequence (b), predominantly hyperintense on T2-weighted images axial and coronal sequence, respectively (c and d), hyperintense on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (e), peripheral thin ring enhancement on contrast (f), few areas of restriction on diffusion (g), and gradient (h) sequences. Postoperative computed tomography shows total excision (i) and same is seen in T2-weighted image of follow-up magnetic resonance imaging after 4 months of surgery (j)

Figure 1: Imaging of the patient shows hypodense lesion with calcification and subfalcine extension on computed tomography scan (a), heterogeneously hypointense on T1-weighted sequence (b), predominantly hyperintense on T2-weighted images axial and coronal sequence, respectively (c and d), hyperintense on fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (e), peripheral thin ring enhancement on contrast (f), few areas of restriction on diffusion (g), and gradient (h) sequences. Postoperative computed tomography shows total excision (i) and same is seen in T2-weighted image of follow-up magnetic resonance imaging after 4 months of surgery (j)