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Non contrast CT demonstrates a large calcified mass in the frontal horn of the left lateral ventricle with two other small calcified foci projecting into the ventricle on the right. This was an incidental finding in a trauma setting. The mass appears subependymal rather than periventricular (DDx TORCH infections)
Following contrast administration no convincing enhancement is visible although given the degree of calcification it is difficult to assess.