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From: A rare cause of infant facial paralysis: atypical teratoid rhabdoid tumour located in the cerebellopontine angle

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a–d On the brain MRI, a dural-based, extra-axial mass lesion was observed on the left CPA, 4 × 3 cm in size, with heterogenous contrast after the application of IV contrast dye, which was heterogenous-hypointense on T1W and FLAIR sequences, heterogenous hyperintense on T2W, the mass appears to enter the cavernous sinus via Meckle’s cave. Time there is concomitant calcification, bleeding and oedema of the surrounding

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