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There is abnormal serpentine vascular structures in the anterior lateral aspect of left frontal lobe in a wedged shaped configuration with the apex of the lesion abutting the frontal horn of lateral ventricle and the base at the left frontal cortex.
The abnormal vessels are noted to extend to the left sylvian fissure. Vessels are also noted to extend to involve the genu of the left corpus callosum.
There are at least 2 large feeding arteries arising from ACA and one feeding artery arising from MCA.
There is a draining vein to the sagittal sinus as well as to the left transverse sinus and the internal cerebral vein on the left.