3.5 cm centrally located tumour within the right corpus callosum. Low internal density compatible with necrosis. Surrounding mild perilesional oedema.
Encroachment of the foramina of Monro with distended temporal and occipital horns, particularly on the right, consistent with entrapment / hydrocephalus. This lesion also displaces the internal cerebral veins to the left.
Incidental small calcified left frontal mass likely meningioma. No other intracranial abnormality. Normal skull and soft tissues.
High-grade central tumour, likely GBM.
Lateral ventriclar hydrocephalus