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There is a well-defined, lobulated, rim-enhancing area of low attenuation at the right frontoparietal gray-white matter junction with surrounding edema and slight compression of the body of the right lateral ventricle. A smaller similar-looking lesion is seen in the left frontal gray-white matter junction.
An extraaxial low-attenuating area with enhancing borders is seen at the right parietal convexity with associated focal compression of the adjacent brain parenchyma.
The imaged cerebral vessels appear hyperdense. This may be due to increased viscosity of the blood secondary to possible polycythemia.
An area of increased density is seen in the left cerebellar hemisphere, which on contrast study shows a bunch of small veins draining towards a prominent vein that runs to the left cerebellopontine angle region adjacent to the transverse sinus. This is an incidental finding of developmental venous anomaly.