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Figure 1: Clinical photograph (a) of the protuberant temporal mass distorting the left palpebral fissure. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography axial view (b) and coronal reformatted image (c) showing the large, heterogeneously enhancing calvarial mass. Postoperative appearance (d) at 6-month follow-up. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography axial view (e) and coronal reformatted image (f) showing enhancing residual extracranial component (black arrow) and postoperative cystic cavity (star) in the left temporal region and infratemporal fossa

Figure 1: Clinical photograph (a) of the protuberant temporal mass distorting the left palpebral fissure. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography axial view (b) and coronal reformatted image (c) showing the large, heterogeneously enhancing calvarial mass. Postoperative appearance (d) at 6-month follow-up. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography axial view (e) and coronal reformatted image (f) showing enhancing residual extracranial component (black arrow) and postoperative cystic cavity (star) in the left temporal region and infratemporal fossa