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Multiple high-density lesions in an extra-axial location are identified on both sides of the brain, the biggest ones on the left. They have a vivid contrast enhancement and, some of them, necrotic hypoattenuating central areas. The largest arises from the left sphenoid wing in the left middle cranial fossa and promotes mass effect with compression over the left lateral ventricle and mild midline shift to the right, regional oedema, as well as left transtentorial herniation downward.
Conclusion: The lesions are in keeping with multiple meningiomas which are probably secondary to radiotherapy treatment in childhood.