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Figure 1: (a) Axial section of T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing an irregular lesion (white arrow) with areas of central necrosis (white star) in the medial aspect of the left occipital lobe. (b) Axial section of T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing an irregular lesion (black star) with perilesional edema (black arrow). (c) Coronal section of T1- weighted magnetic resonance imaging with gadolinium contrast showing complete ring-like enhancement of the lesion wall (black arrow) following the contours of the brain structures. (d) Sagittal section of T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging with gadolinium contrast showing complete ring-like enhancement of the lesion wall (white arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Axial section of T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing an irregular lesion (white arrow) with areas of central necrosis (white star) in the medial aspect of the left occipital lobe. (b) Axial section of T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing an irregular lesion (black star) with perilesional edema (black arrow). (c) Coronal section of T1- weighted magnetic resonance imaging with gadolinium contrast showing complete ring-like enhancement of the lesion wall (black arrow) following the contours of the brain structures. (d) Sagittal section of T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging with gadolinium contrast showing complete ring-like enhancement of the lesion wall (white arrow)