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A mass is demonstrated in the anterior pole of the left temporal lobe that has low intrinsic T1 signal and high T2 signal, with a surrounding cuff of elevated T2 signal consistent with vasogenic oedema. The mass demonstrates heterogeneous, predominantly peripheral contrast enhancement and contains a focus of restricted diffusion.
A small "mass" demonstrated on the right side of the cerebral falx exhibits high T1 weighted signal, which disappears on fat saturated sequences probably represents ossification, rather than a small meningioma.