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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Brain MRI: (a) axial section on a T2-weighted image; (b) axial section on a T1-weighted image with contrast product injection; (c) sagittal section on a T1-weighted image with contrast product injection. They show a large 51 mm diameter well-circumscribed intra-axial heterogeneous tumor in the left cerebellar lobe. The tumor is hyperintense on T2-weighted image and hypointense T1-weighted image with peripheral contrast enhancement. A hydrocephalus is associated due to the obstruction of the 4th ventricle

Figure 1: Brain MRI: (a) axial section on a T2-weighted image; (b) axial section on a T1-weighted image with contrast product injection; (c) sagittal section on a T1-weighted image with contrast product injection. They show a large 51 mm diameter well-circumscribed intra-axial heterogeneous tumor in the left cerebellar lobe. The tumor is hyperintense on T2-weighted image and hypointense T1-weighted image with peripheral contrast enhancement. A hydrocephalus is associated due to the obstruction of the 4<sup>th</sup> ventricle