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Figure 1: (a) Cutaneous melanocytic lesion involving the head and neck. (b) CT scans show evidence of bleeding in the right frontal lobe with marked perilesional edema. (c) Obliteration of ipsilateral lateral ventricle with mild dilatation of the contralateral one. (d) On T1WI, the lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense. (e) On T2WI, lesion appears intensly hypointense. (f) Coronal post contrast film shows peripheral but intense contrast enhancement with broad falcine attachment

Figure 1: (a) Cutaneous melanocytic lesion involving the head and neck. (b) CT scans show evidence of bleeding in the right frontal lobe with marked perilesional edema. (c) Obliteration of ipsilateral lateral ventricle with mild dilatation of the contralateral one. (d) On T1WI, the lesion is heterogeneously hyperintense. (e) On T2WI, lesion appears intensly hypointense. (f) Coronal post contrast film shows peripheral but intense contrast enhancement with broad falcine attachment