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There is a left frontoparietal abnormality with areas of calcification and possible fluid level, measuring approximately 2cm. This is predominantly surrounded by encephalomalacic changes, with probable minimal parenchymal edema. No abnormal enhancement was detected. There is no convincing evidence of recurrence or residue of a high grade neoplasm at this region, and the appearance is more compatible with chronic post-interventional (surgical +/- radiotherapy) changes.
In addition there is a large left parietotemporal hypoattenuating abnormality, approximately measuring 5cm, which appears extra-axial. This lesion contains some heterogenous internal densities with minor enhancement of these foci. There is minimal mass effect with less than 3mm subfalcine herniation.