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Figure 1: (a) Axial T2-weighted fat-saturated images at the level of the cavernous sinus normal flow void (solid arrow) from the precavernous segment of the left internal carotid artery (ICA). There is the loss of the flow void (dashed arrow) from the same segments of the right ICA. Patient has expansion of the sphenoid sinus that is densely opacified on computed tomography (CT) (not shown) and shows a signal void on T2-weighted (asterisk) consistent with fungal disease ICA: Internal carotid artery. (b) Axial T2-weighted fat-saturated images at the level of the cavernous sinus show normal flow void (solid arrow) from the cavernous segment of the left ICA. There is the loss of the flow void (dashed arrow) from the same segments of the right ICA. Patient has expansion of the sphenoid sinus that is densely opacified on CT (not shown) and shows a signal void on T2-weighted (asterisk) consistent with fungal disease ICA: Internal carotid artery

Figure 1: (a) Axial T2-weighted fat-saturated images at the level of the cavernous sinus normal flow void (solid arrow) from the precavernous segment of the left internal carotid artery (ICA). There is the loss of the flow void (dashed arrow) from the same segments of the right ICA. Patient has expansion of the sphenoid sinus that is densely opacified on computed tomography (CT) (not shown) and shows a signal void on T2-weighted (asterisk) consistent with fungal disease ICA: Internal carotid artery. (b) Axial T2-weighted fat-saturated images at the level of the cavernous sinus show normal flow void (solid arrow) from the cavernous segment of the left ICA. There is the loss of the flow void (dashed arrow) from the same segments of the right ICA. Patient has expansion of the sphenoid sinus that is densely opacified on CT (not shown) and shows a signal void on T2-weighted (asterisk) consistent with fungal disease ICA: Internal carotid artery