Large heterogeneous mass in the region of the right parafalcine frontal lobe.
The lesion has predominantly low T1 signal and high T2 signal, with intense contrast enhancement.
An irregular non-enhancing component is noted internally, which does not demonstrate increased diffusion restriction, and most likely represent degeneration or necrosis.
The mass has a broad dural attachment to the anterior falx cerebral with multiple vessels seen coursing between the posterolateral aspect of the mass in the right frontal lobe. Small CSF cleft is noted between the anterolateral aspect of the mass and the frontal lobe.
There is a large amount of vasogenic oedema involving the right frontal and parietal lobes.