Dot in a circle sign
It is described as a classic appearance on T2 weighted images which show a small rounded hyperintensity (representing granulation tissue), surrounded by a low signal intensity rim (representing fibrous septa) with a hypointense dot (representing susceptibility loss due to fungi) in the centre 1.
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