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Figure 2: Typical radiologic features of CAPNON. (a), Noncontrast CT scan shows a densely calcified mass in the right temporal horn. (b), Axial T2-weighted MR image shows a uniform T2 hypointense mass centered in the right temporal horn. (c), Axial T1-weighted postgadolinium sequence illustrates marked T1 hypointensity with scattered linear areas of enhancement that correspond to the strands of T2 hyperintensity[8]

Figure 2: Typical radiologic features of CAPNON. (a), Noncontrast CT scan shows a densely calcified mass in the right temporal horn. (b), Axial T2-weighted MR image shows a uniform T2 hypointense mass centered in the right temporal horn. (c), Axial T1-weighted postgadolinium sequence illustrates marked T1 hypointensity with scattered linear areas of enhancement that correspond to the strands of T2 hyperintensity<sup>[8]</sup>