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Figure 15 T1 sagittal (A), T2 axial (B), T1C+ axial (C), and coronal (D) images showing a well-defined cystic lesion with small solid component in the sellar/suprasellar region. The cystic component appears hyperintense on T1WI (arrow in A) giving the “motor oil” appearance. The solid component is isointense on T1WI and shows enhancement (arrows in C, D) − craniopharyngioma (adamantinomatous subtype).

Figure 15 T1 sagittal (A), T2 axial (B), T1C+ axial (C), and coronal (D) images showing a well-defined cystic lesion with small solid component in the sellar/suprasellar region. The cystic component appears hyperintense on T1WI (arrow in A) giving the “motor oil” appearance. The solid component is isointense on T1WI and shows enhancement (arrows in C, D) − craniopharyngioma (adamantinomatous subtype).