Sphenoid ridge meningioma
Headache and blurring of vision
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Left sphenoidal wing extra axial durally based mass. It indents the medial aspect of the left temporal lobe and left lateral aspect of the pons and encroaches upon the left inferior orbital fissure resulting in mild left proptosis. It exhibits iso signal in T1, bright signal in T2 and FLAIR and intense homogeneous enhancement after post contrast study with typical dural tail sign.
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Typical appearance of a sphenoid ridge meningioma with with extension into the cavernous sinus and pituitary fossa.