Thalamic hypertensive haemorrhage
Acute onset right hemiparesis
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A left thalamic hematoma with mild surrounding oedema. Mass effect results in some effacement of the third ventricle. The lateral ventricle size is within normal limits. The basal cisterns are not effaced. Periventricular white matter hypoattenuation in keeping with chronic small vessel ischaemia. No extra-axial collection. No evidence of trauma.
Acute left thalamic haemorrhage. Location suggestive of hypertensive cause.
Hypertensive patient with thalamic haemorrhage - typical appearance, patient not coagulopathic, and no imaging features to raise concerns of underlying lesion.