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MRI sequences demonstrate a solid extra-axial nodule arising from the floor of the left middle cranial fossa/anterior portion of the petrous bone, showing to be isointense on T1 and slightly hyperintense on T2 compared to the adjacent cortex, with a vivid and homogeneous enhancement and mild diffusion restriction compared to the adjacent cortex. There is a mild mass effect due to the mass projecting into the left temporal lobe from the floor, characterised by local vasogenic oedema. The lesion measurements and aspect are overall stable compared to the previous MRI.
Note is made to a diffuse obliteration of the mastoid air cells on the left.