Cerebral amyloid angiopathy
Patient with chronic renal failure developed deteriorated conscious level.
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Left thalamic acute hematoma with intraventricular extension and multiple scattered black dots in T2* images of microbleeds.
The patient had chronic renal failure and found to have also amyloidosis. Cerebral amyloidosis can be manifested as spontaneous intracerebral haematoma, amyloidoma or white matter changes. The left thalamic hematoma could be due to hypertension or amyloidosis however, the foci of micro hemorrhages are likely related to amyloid angiopathy