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Figure 1: Computed tomography head showed a small, rounded iso-to-hyperdense lesion in the left high frontal lobe without any perilesional edema (a). A popcorn-shaped mass in the left high frontal lobe (marked with white arrow) with a peripheral hypointense rim was visualized on T2 and inversion recovery magnetic resonance imaging images (b and c). The lesion was situated in the premotor area at the posterior edge of the superior frontal sulcus (b-d). On contrast imaging, there was patchy enhancement of the lesion (d) along with a linear enhancing structure in the superior frontal sulcus (e and f) (marked with white arrow)

Figure 1: Computed tomography head showed a small, rounded iso-to-hyperdense lesion in the left high frontal lobe without any perilesional edema (a). A popcorn-shaped mass in the left high frontal lobe (marked with white arrow) with a peripheral hypointense rim was visualized on T2 and inversion recovery magnetic resonance imaging images (b and c). The lesion was situated in the premotor area at the posterior edge of the superior frontal sulcus (b-d). On contrast imaging, there was patchy enhancement of the lesion (d) along with a linear enhancing structure in the superior frontal sulcus (e and f) (marked with white arrow)