1. There is enhancement of the bilateral facial nerves within the IAC (intracanalicular portions), as well as at the labyrinthine portions. Findings are consistent with clinical history of Bell’s palsy.
2. The remainder of the Brain MRI with and without is normal.
3. There is a tiny (2 mm) extradural cerebral aneurysm at the proximal horizontal portion of the right cavernous carotid artery. I think that this aneurysm is extremely low risk. One could obtain a follow-up MRA in two years to show stability. Otherwise, normal screening MRA of the intracranial vasculature.