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Figure 1: Brain MRI with and without intravenous contrast showing an extraaxial (4.6 cm × 4.4 cm) T2W hyperintense (first row) and T1W hypointense (second row) lesion with heterogeneous enhancement after contrast administration (third to fifth rows). The lesion’s epicenter was the right petrous temporal bone with posterior extension to right cerebellopontine angle and mass effect and medial displacement on the right cerebral and middle cerebellar peduncles and mild posterior displacement of the right cerebellum with a small amount of vasogenic edema in the medial right middle cerebellar peduncle. The lesion also extended anteriorly to involve the middle cranial fossa

Figure 1: Brain MRI with and without intravenous contrast showing an extraaxial (4.6 cm × 4.4 cm) T2W hyperintense (first row) and T1W hypointense (second row) lesion with heterogeneous enhancement after contrast administration (third to fifth rows). The lesion’s epicenter was the right petrous temporal bone with posterior extension to right cerebellopontine angle and mass effect and medial displacement on the right cerebral and middle cerebellar peduncles and mild posterior displacement of the right cerebellum with a small amount of vasogenic edema in the medial right middle cerebellar peduncle. The lesion also extended anteriorly to involve the middle cranial fossa