Cerebellar haemorrhage

Case contributed by Dr David Cuete


Loss of balance and ataxia.

Patient Data

Age: 80
Gender: Female

Computed tomography reveals a rounded hyperdense lesion with mild surrounding edema in keeping with intracerebellar bleeding, which empties into the fourth ventricle, without causing obstructive hydrocephalus. Incidentally there is a cavum vergae. The rest of the examination shows no other significant abnormality.

Case Discussion

This case shows a cerebellar haemorrhage and an incidental cavum vergae.

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Case information

rID: 23165
Case created: 26th May 2013
Last edited: 15th Dec 2015
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