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Figure 5: A 57-year-old male with scalp growth caused by skin appendageal carcinoma of scalp. (a) Lateral and (b) AP skull radiograph shows irregular massive lytic lesion of skull in the midline (c) Contrast-enhanced CT scan head with sagittal reconstruction image showing irregular soft tissue component more towards the outer surface with superior sagittal sinus involvement and bony destruction

Figure 5: A 57-year-old male with scalp growth caused by skin appendageal carcinoma of scalp. (a) Lateral and (b) AP skull radiograph shows irregular massive lytic lesion of skull in the midline (c) Contrast-enhanced CT scan head with sagittal reconstruction image showing irregular soft tissue component more towards the outer surface with superior sagittal sinus involvement and bony destruction