Corresponding to the mass on CT, is a lobulated mass in the right frontal region, abutting inner table of the calvarium, with dural tails and moderately extensive adjacent dural thickening. Foci of internal susceptibility correspond to the calcification on CT. This lesion crosses the midline to the left, moderately indenting the left gyrus rectus. It also extends anteriorly through the inner table of the right frontal sinus with the right frontal sinus opacified by a combination of enhancing tumour and mucosa. It is uncertain whether the adjacent anterior-most ethmoidal air cell is also involved. Moderate surrounding FLAIR hyperintensity with local mass effect, including distortion of the right frontal horn and midline shift of 9 mm to the left. Interposing FLAIR hypointensity in keeping with peritumoral cysts. The mass shows high CBV and serpentine enhancement likely vessels in the adjacent brains in keeping with high vascularity. Some borders between the tumour and parenchyma are ill-defined, and the possibility of invasion needs to be considered. MRS shows elevated choline, probable glx and alanine peaks on a broadened NAA peak that merges with a broadened lactate peak. Similarly vividly enhancing left paraclinoid mass lesion is also noted, appearing to abut the left lateral optic nerves, medially displacing it, and abutting the undersurface of the left terminal carotid.