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Figure 1: Computed tomography brain showing a lesion in the right middle cranial fossa floor (a). Erosion of the right maxillary sinus and orbit (b), and of the right sphenoid and squamous temporal bones (c). T2 magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing a lesion in the right temporal and subtemporal regions (d). T1 gadolinium MRI (e). Inferior extent of the lesion into the infratemporal fossa (f)

Figure 1: Computed tomography brain showing a lesion in the right middle cranial fossa floor (a). Erosion of the right maxillary sinus and orbit (b), and of the right sphenoid and squamous temporal bones (c). T2 magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showing a lesion in the right temporal and subtemporal regions (d). T1 gadolinium MRI (e). Inferior extent of the lesion into the infratemporal fossa (f)