Marked improvement when compared to the previous study, a left frontal haemorrhagic contusion now inapparent and with no remnant right frontal sulcal blood present. The previously noted left cerebral convexity subdural haematoma is not convincingly identified. No hydrocephalus or midline shift. No evidence of acute ischaemia. Incidental cavum vergae. No calvarial fracture or suspicious bony abnormality seen. No other changes.
Elsewhere, extensive periventricular and deep white matter hypoattenuation is consistent with chronic small vessel ischaemic change.