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There are two bilateral convex hyperdensity at the superior aspect of the frontoparietal cortex.
This finding is consistent with an epidural haematoma. The most common location for an EDH is over the temporal lobe, followed in frequency by the parietal, frontal, and occipital lobes, with the posterior fossa the least common location. Damage to the middle meningeal artery is responsible for most EDHs; however, they may occur as a result of laceration of diploic veins or dural sinuses.