Intracerebral parenchymal haemorrhage
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Very large intracerebral haemorrhage on the left extends to involve the ventricles. It exerts marked mass effect.
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Large intracerebral haemorrhage most likely represents a lobar haemorrhage (rather than a basal ganglia haemorrhage) despite extension into the ventricles, which is more common in the latter.
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