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An ovoid mass lesion is seen in the pituitary fossa with suprasellar extension.The optic chiasm is markedly compressed, draped over the superior aspect of the mass lesion, sagging of the sellar floor is also noted encrocahing upon the sphenoid sinus with intra-sinus extension,
The mass is T1 and T2 hyperintense centrally showing blood-blood fluid level and mild marginal post contrast enhancement. No calcifications. A small solid component is located laterally (at the left cavernous sinus) and this component enhances.