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There is an acute left-sided corona radiata and internal capsular haemorrhage associated with a small amount of vasogenic oedema. There is no midline shift. Subarachnoid spaces are normal. The fourth ventricle and basal cisterns are not effaced.
There is conventional aortic arch anatomy noted. The common and internal carotid arteries bilaterally are unremarkable. There is vertebral artery co-dominance noted. No dissection or extracranial stenosis is noted. There is no intracranial aneurysm, vascular malformation or dural fistula. No large branch vascular occlusion or stenosis.
The perfusion study is unremarkable in the tissues surrounding the haemorrhage.
CONCLUSION: Basal ganglia haemorrhage.