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A 31-year-old woman living in Greece presented with a 4-week history of blurred vision and 2 weeks of progressive bulging of her left orbit. On examination there was nontender proptosis of the left eye, paresis of the left abducens nerve, and reduced visual acuity in the left eye. A T2-weighted gadolinium-enhanced magnetic resonance image of the brain is shown. What is the most likely diagnosis? A) Retrobulbar abscess B) Hydatid cyst C) Optic-nerve glioma D) Orbital dermoid cyst E) Foreign body

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Answer is B@Raj Sharma
B ) is right
T1 contrast sequence needed to see any enhancement. Most likely hydatid cyst

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