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Figure 2: Coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (a) image of the brain shows the isointense lesion (blue arrow) with a significant dural component (yellow arrow). Mild cerebral cortical thickening and hyperintensity in the left superior frontal gyrus. The lesion is an isointense on Sagittal T1 nonfat saturated image (c) with homogenous enhancement on postcontrast study (b and d). Note the nonvisualization of the superior sagittal sinus, and a significant leptomeningeal (green arrow) and pachymeningeal component in (b). Furthermore, note T2/T1 hypointense signal in the underlying bone in all sequences- suggestive of sclerosis (red asterisk)

Figure 2: Coronal fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (a) image of the brain shows the isointense lesion (blue arrow) with a significant dural component (yellow arrow). Mild cerebral cortical thickening and hyperintensity in the left superior frontal gyrus. The lesion is an isointense on Sagittal T1 nonfat saturated image (c) with homogenous enhancement on postcontrast study (b and d). Note the nonvisualization of the superior sagittal sinus, and a significant leptomeningeal (green arrow) and pachymeningeal component in (b). Furthermore, note T2/T1 hypointense signal in the underlying bone in all sequences- suggestive of sclerosis (red asterisk)