Radiological imagings at admission. (a) Computed tomography scan showing a calcified lesion in the right temporal lobe. Magnetic resonance imaging scans (b): T1 plain-weighted image, (c): Gadolinium-diethylenetriamine pentaacetic acid [Gd-DTPA]-enhanced images) showing a mass in the left temporal lobe. The mass was heterogeneously enhanced with Gd-DTPA. (d) Positron emission tomography showing high uptake of methionine in the lesion.
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