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Figure 10: A 54 year old non diabetic, non hypertensive male; who presented with a 6 month old history of left sided VI nerve palsy. Axial T2 weighted image (left) and coronal T2 weighted FRFSE (fast relaxation fast spin echo) image (right) showing a large fairly well circumscribed lobulated heterogenous mass in the left cavernous sinus, displaying a heterogenous hyperintense signal. Note that the cavernous internal carotid artery is not seen separately on the left side

Figure 10: A 54 year old non diabetic, non hypertensive male; who presented with a 6 month old history of left sided VI nerve palsy. Axial T2 weighted image (left) and coronal T2 weighted FRFSE (fast relaxation fast spin echo) image (right) showing a large fairly well circumscribed lobulated heterogenous mass in the left cavernous sinus, displaying a heterogenous hyperintense signal. Note that the cavernous internal carotid artery is not seen separately on the left side