Evidence of homogenously enhacing mass in the left anterior temporal region likely consistent with meningioma with involvement of the left orbital apex and intraorbital extraconal extension. There is extensive hyperosteosis of the sphenoid bone. There is mass effect on the optic nerve with displacement and distortion of the nerve consistent with compressive optic neuropathy. There is also resultant axial left sided proptosis.
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