Lobar and subdural haemorrhage
Patient with Alzheimer's disease, fever and lowered level of consciousness.
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Hemorrhagic focus in the right frontal lobe, flanked by oedema of the adjacent parenchyma. Extension of bleeding for the subdural space along the right cerebral hemisphere, cerebellum tent and space interhemispheric.
Large frontal lobar haemorrhage extending into the subdural space. In an elderly patient this is most likely due to cerebral amyloid angiopathy rather than an underlying lesion, however no further exams were available.