Basal ganglia haemorrhage
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There is a sizable haemorrhage centred in the left basal ganglia. No interventricular extension. No midline shift. Hypodensities within the right centrum semiovale and adjacent to the frontal horn of the right lateral ventricle likely relate to previous ischaemia.
This patient had a known history of poorly controlled hypertension, almost certainly the cause of this typical basal ganglia haemorrhage.