Hemorrhagic developmental venous anomaly
Headache and seizure
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There is a hemorrhagic lesion in right frontal subcortical white matter. After intravenous contrast administration there is a small developmental venous anomaly is seen, which is thought to be a cause for hemorrhage.
In this case after intravenous contrast media administration we see the caput medusae sign just adjacent to the hemorrhagic mass in right frontal lobe which is typical for cerebral venous angioma. In rare cases the patient can present with hemorrhage.