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Figure 1: Preoperative CT scan showing a left occipital craniotomy defect with a 6.3 x 4.2 cm left parieto-occipital lesion broad based on bone at the anterior craniotomy fl ap edge, with perilesional edema and mass effect on the ipsilateral lateral ventricle. An area of gliosis present in the occipital pole at the site of the previous tumor (A). MRI (B: T1 coronals and C: T2 axial) lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense on T1- and T2-weighted images. Postoperative CT (D) showing complete excision of the tumor

Figure 1: Preoperative CT scan showing a left occipital craniotomy defect with a 6.3 x 4.2 cm left parieto-occipital lesion broad based on bone at the anterior craniotomy fl ap edge, with perilesional edema and mass effect on the ipsilateral lateral ventricle. An area of gliosis present in the occipital pole at the site of the previous tumor (A). MRI (B: T1 coronals and C: T2 axial) lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense on T1- and T2-weighted images. Postoperative CT (D) showing complete excision of the tumor