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Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging Orbit T2W axial section show fungal involvement of right orbit, right ethmoid and sphenoid sinus (arrow), (b) Magnetic resonance imaging orbit T2W axial section show soft-tissue lesion in intraconal compartment of right orbit, leading to mild proptosis. Right-sided ethmoid sinus also involved, (c) Magnetic resonance imaging contrast and DW1 image show fungal involvement of left maxillary sinus, ethmoid, and sphenoid sinus which extend to left infratemporal fossa (Thick arrow). Left ICA also appear thrombosed (Thin arrow), leading to acute infarct in left cerebral hemisphere, (d) Magnetic resonance imaging T2W coronal image show fungal involvement of bilateral maxillary sinus and frontal sinus (arrow)

Figure 1: (a) Magnetic resonance imaging Orbit T2W axial section show fungal involvement of right orbit, right ethmoid and sphenoid sinus (arrow), (b) Magnetic resonance imaging orbit T2W axial section show soft-tissue lesion in intraconal compartment of right orbit, leading to mild proptosis. Right-sided ethmoid sinus also involved, (c) Magnetic resonance imaging contrast and DW1 image show fungal involvement of left maxillary sinus, ethmoid, and sphenoid sinus which extend to left infratemporal fossa (Thick arrow). Left ICA also appear thrombosed (Thin arrow), leading to acute infarct in left cerebral hemisphere, (d) Magnetic resonance imaging T2W coronal image show fungal involvement of bilateral maxillary sinus and frontal sinus (arrow)