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Figure 2 : A 45-year-old male patient presented with diplopia and left facial numbness, MRI showed left middle cerebral peduncle and brainstem compact nidus arteriovenous malformation. The feeding artery (white arrowhead) is seen as hyperintensity on magnitude image (a) and phase image (b) but not appreciated on minimal intensity projection (minIP) image (c). The nidus (black arrow) is seen hyperintense on the magnitude image (a), heterogenous on phase image (b), and hypointense on minIP image (c)

Figure 2 : A 45-year-old male patient presented with diplopia and left facial numbness, MRI showed left middle cerebral peduncle and brainstem compact nidus arteriovenous malformation. The feeding artery (white arrowhead) is seen as hyperintensity on magnitude image (a) and phase image (b) but not appreciated on minimal intensity projection (minIP) image (c). The nidus (black arrow) is seen hyperintense on the magnitude image (a), heterogenous on phase image (b), and hypointense on minIP image (c)