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A large parenchymal haematoma in the inferior aspect of the right frontal lobe and the superior aspect of the right temporal lobe is present with intraventricular extension and contralateral hydrocephalus. Additionally there is subarachnoid blood in the right sylvian cistern and in the right side of the suprasellar cistern and in the right cerebral sulci. The mass exerts marked mass effect with right uncal herniation and 16 mm right-to-left midline shift and subfalcine herniation.
At the anterior most extent of the haematoma is a rounded lower density component, suspicious for an aneurysm.