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Figure 1: Neuroradiological imaging of case 2 (a) axial contrast-enhanced T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating one regular thin-walled ring-enhanced lesion in the left frontal region. (b) Magnetic resonance spectroscopy showing mild elevated Cho/Cr and mild decreased N-acetylaspartate/Cr. (c) Computed tomography demonstrating brain abscess progressed (white arrow) 2 weeks after the first surgery. Intraoperative real-time two-dimensional images of DynaCT disclosing our stereotactic aspiration catheter was not in the center of the abscess. (d) Thereafter, the catheter was adjusted to the ideal position in the center of the abscess. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging showing resolved brain abscess. (f) Four months after the surgery with the Artis Zeego flat-panel detector system

Figure 1: Neuroradiological imaging of case 2 (a) axial contrast-enhanced T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating one regular thin-walled ring-enhanced lesion in the left frontal region. (b) Magnetic resonance spectroscopy showing mild elevated Cho/Cr and mild decreased N-acetylaspartate/Cr. (c) Computed tomography demonstrating brain abscess progressed (white arrow) 2 weeks after the  first surgery. Intraoperative real-time two-dimensional images of DynaCT disclosing our stereotactic aspiration catheter was not in the center of the abscess. (d) Thereafter, the catheter was adjusted to the ideal position in the center of the abscess. (e) Magnetic resonance imaging showing resolved brain abscess. (f) Four months after the surgery with the Artis Zeego flat-panel detector system