Findings: There is an avidly enhancing, mildly irregular mass centred on the genu of the corpus callosum in the frontal lobes, crossing the midline involving both the left and right frontal lobes with extensive surrounding vasogenic oedema. A further similar mass is seen just inferiorly within the inferior left frontal lobe which also demonstrates surrounding vasogenic oedema.
There is significant mass-effect with compression of the frontal horns of both lateral ventricles and approximately 5 mm of midline shift to the right at the level of the body of the lateral ventricles. No hydrocephalus. No haemorrhage.
A further, partly calcified, enhancing extra-axial mass is seen deep to the inner table of the right pterion. This does not demonstrate significant surrounding oedema and has features highly suggestive of a meningioma.
No evidence of acute parenchymal infarction. Subtle periventricular low attenuation is in keeping with chronic deep white matter ischaemic change.
No extra-axial haemorrhage.
Conclusion: Enhancing frontal mass lesions centred on the genu of the corpus callosum and inferior left frontal lobe, as described above. The appearances favour an high-grade butterfly glioma or lymphoma, although, given the clinical history, metastatic disease is also a possibility but felt less likely.
A further right extra-axial lesion over the pterion has features in keeping with a meningioma.
The findings have been discussed with the referring physician.