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Left eye proptosis is the first symptom, which must be seen by any radiologist.
Vivid orbital and periorbital swelling.
Enlargement of the left cavernous sinus seen on pre-contrast T1 coronals.
Post-contrast scans reflects absent blood flow in the left superior ophthalmic vein due to its thrombosis; dural thickening within left cavernous sinus caused by inflammation.
DWI shows a small acute infarction at the right flocculus.
Sphenoid paranasal sinus mucosa hypertrophy probably being cause of infection with thrombosis development.