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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: T-1 axial magnetic resonance imaging post gadolinium contrast at the level of the cavernous sinus (a) mid-midbrain (b) and foramen magnum (c) showed enhancement of the bilateral proximal optic nerves and the bilateral third nerves. There is also enlargement of the proximal optic nerves and the right lateral rectus muscle. Enhancement of the right cavernous sinus is seen extending anteriorly and inferiorly into the pterygopalatine fossa, the orbital apex and the infratemporal fossa

Figure 1: T-1 axial magnetic resonance imaging post gadolinium contrast at the level of the cavernous sinus (a) mid-midbrain (b) and foramen magnum (c) showed enhancement of the bilateral proximal optic nerves and the bilateral third nerves. There is also enlargement of the proximal optic nerves and the right lateral rectus muscle. Enhancement of the right cavernous sinus is seen extending anteriorly and inferiorly into the pterygopalatine fossa, the orbital apex and the infratemporal fossa