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Large posterior fossa haematoma centred within the right cerebellar hemisphere with spread into the subarachnoid and subdural spaces, and further intraventricular spread with haematoma in the trigones of both lateral ventricles.
Significant mass effect with ascending transtentorial herniation and cerebellar tonsil herniation.
Hydrocephalus secondary to complete effacement of the fourth ventricle. Normal aortic arch anatomy.