Quadrigeminal plate lipoma
Incidental finding on a routine MRI scan for headaches.
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T1 hyperintense lesion at the right tectal (quadrigeminal plate), typical of a lipoma.
Intracranial lipomas can essentially be seen anywhere in the CSF space. They are easily identified on CT and MRI provided one remembers to think of them.