MRI study shows the following:
- left parieto-occipital cortical-based hemorrhagic lesion elicits intermediate to high signal intensity in T1WI, intermediate to low signal intensity in T2WI, extensive blooming in the GRE, low signal in DWI, and reduced ADC value with surrounding edema and associated localized mass effect
- bilateral cerebellar hemispheric smaller patchy hemorrhagic lesions
- abnormal signal intensity of multiple dural venous sinuses and superficial cortical veins with blooming in GRE and loss of flow-related signal in MRV.
- bilateral otomastoiditis (more right)
MRI picture of haemorrhagic infarctions secondary to dural sinus thrombosis.