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Meningioma. Non-contrast head CT scan shows a large, midline frontal mass, which is slightly hyperdense relative to brain, and has a number of small, relatively central calcifications, but only a mild degree of surrounding edema (swelling). The minimal edema suggests a slowly growing neoplasm is present.

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