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Figure 4: Coronal (a) and axial (b) sections of contrast-enhanced T2W MRI revealed hyperintense, soft-tissue mass with central necrosis, epicentre of the mass being left masticator space (yellow star). Left masseter and buccal spaces were involved alongwith pterygoid muscles with erosion of the ramus of the mandible (1,2, and 3 represent the normal masseteric and buccal spaces, and pterygoid muscles on the contralateral right side). Mass compressing the left maxillary antrum (4) seen with smooth scalloping of its wall

Figure 4: Coronal (a) and axial (b) sections of contrast-enhanced T2W MRI revealed hyperintense, soft-tissue mass with central necrosis, epicentre of the mass being left masticator space (yellow star). Left masseter and buccal spaces were involved alongwith pterygoid muscles with erosion of the ramus of the mandible (1,2, and 3 represent the normal masseteric and buccal spaces, and pterygoid muscles on the contralateral right side). Mass compressing the left maxillary antrum (4) seen with smooth scalloping of its wall