Hypertensive intracerebral haemorrhage

Case contributed by Dr Elshan Abdullayev

Presentation

Two days of high blood pressure and right sided weakness.

Patient Data

Age: 64 years
Gender: Female

Axial MRI images demonstrates T2 isointense and FLAIR hyperintense lesion on left occipital region with intraventricular extension.

MRI

One day later

On MRI images the next day there is T2 and FLAIR hypointense lesion on left occipital region with intraventricular extension.

Case Discussion

These MRI findings are due to acute intracerebral haemorrhage. Because of referring physicians doubt for haemorrhagic tumor MRI was repeated the next day.

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Case information

rID: 46875
Case created: 21st Jul 2016
Last edited: 19th Mar 2017
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