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There is an extra-axial lesion inferobasal on the left, of some 9 x 7 x 8 mm in size, which is slightly hyperintense in T2 and especially on FLAIR, with strong, homogeneous signal intensity enhancement after contrast administration. It demonstrates a characteristic "dural tail sign" (best seen on sagittal projection), which is consistent with a meningioma.
There is also another lesion, demonstrating a characteristic “popcorn” or "berry" appearance with a rim of signal loss due to hemosiderin, with some patchy signal intensity enhancement after contrast administration, which is suggestive of a cavernous haemangioma.