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Figure 1: Axial T2 (a) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (b) images reveal hyperintense mass lesions causing diffuse enlargement of cisternal part of left trigeminal nerve (thick arrow) and both trigeminal ganglia (thin arrows). Driven equilibrium radiofrequency reset pulse (three dimensional-T2W-driven equilibrium radiofrequency reset pulse) axial (c), reformatted right (d) and left (e) sagittal oblique images excellently demonstrates spread along trigeminal pathways

Figure 1: Axial T2 (a) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (b) images reveal hyperintense mass lesions causing diffuse enlargement of cisternal part of left trigeminal nerve (thick arrow) and both trigeminal ganglia (thin arrows). Driven equilibrium radiofrequency reset pulse (three dimensional-T2W-driven equilibrium radiofrequency reset pulse) axial (c), reformatted right (d) and left (e) sagittal oblique images excellently demonstrates spread along trigeminal pathways