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Technique: Pre and post contrast volumetric acquisition through the brain.
Findings: There is a heterogeneous cortical-subcortical mass in the left frontal lobe showing intense peripheral enhancement and central areas of hypoattenuation (necrosis). It promotes local mass effect with adjacent vasogenic oedema and local sulci effacement. No midline shift. The ventricular system is normal and in keeping with the expected for the age group. The remainder brain is unremarkable.
Conclusion: Left frontal tumour which may correspond to a high-grade glioma, metastasis is a less likely differential diagnosis to be considered. Further assessment with brain MRI is advised.