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Figure 1: A 60-year-old man suffered from headaches for 6 months. Cranial computed tomography (CT) demonstrated hematencephalon (a and b). Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a homogeneously enhanced mass in the left temporal lobe accompanied with a few hemorrhages (c and d). The second MRI demonstrated a homogeneously enhanced mass in the nasopharyngeal hanging wall and bilateral wall, with disappearing infundibuliform recesses. The mass had also invaded the parapharyngeal spaces. The lymph nodes surrounded bilateral carotid sheath (e and f)

Figure 1: A 60-year-old man suffered from headaches for 6 months. Cranial computed tomography (CT) demonstrated hematencephalon (a and b). Brain magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) revealed a homogeneously enhanced mass in the left temporal lobe accompanied with a few hemorrhages (c and d). The second MRI demonstrated a homogeneously enhanced mass in the nasopharyngeal hanging wall and bilateral wall, with disappearing infundibuliform recesses. The mass had also invaded the parapharyngeal spaces. The lymph nodes surrounded bilateral carotid sheath (e and f)