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There is a predominantly cystic lesion occupying the sella and suprasellar region, measuring 36 x 21 x 21 mm (SI X AP X TR) in maximum dimensions. Peripheral rim of interrupted calcific specks are present surrounding this lesion. The lesion is predominantly hypodense with isodense contents along the inferior and left lateral wall of this lesion, which may represent solid components. It may represent a craniopharyngioma. The pituitary gland is not separately identified. The optic chiasm is anteriorly displaced and partially effaced by this lesion. No intraconal/extraconal lesion in either orbit. There is no extension of this mass into the third ventricle. Lateral, third and fourth ventricles are normal in size and configuration with no features of obstructive hydrocephalus. There is a small hypodense focus measuring 6mm in the left frontal lobe white matter, which is non-specific. Grey-white matter differentiation is preserved; extra-axial CSF spaces are within lower limits. Craniocervical junction is normal with no tonsilar herniation. No bony abnormality identified.