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Figure 6: Cranial Computed Tomographic images of different intracranial bleeds in the study population. Non-contrast axial cranial computed tomography scan (brain window) showing different forms of intracranial bleed. (a) Extensive irregular right putaminal hyperdensity with perilesional edema and intraventricular extension into the posterior horns of both lateral ventricles. (b) Extensive left concavo-convex hyperdensity adjacent the frontoparietal skull vault's inner table in keeping with sudural bleed. Also note the left parietal lobe acute bleed, mass effect (obliteration of the sulci, ipsilateral lateral ventricle compression and midline shift to the right). (c) Biconvex hyperdensity adjacent the inner table of the right temporal lobe, indicating an acute epidural bleed. (d) Extensive hyperdensity in the sylvian fissures, anterior inter-hemispheric fissure, and basal cistern, in keeping with acute subarachnoid bleed

Figure 6: Cranial Computed Tomographic images of different intracranial bleeds in the study population. Non-contrast axial cranial computed tomography scan (brain window) showing different forms of intracranial bleed. (a) Extensive irregular right putaminal hyperdensity with perilesional edema and intraventricular extension into the posterior horns of both lateral ventricles. (b) Extensive left concavo-convex hyperdensity adjacent the frontoparietal skull vault's inner table in keeping with sudural bleed. Also note the left parietal lobe acute bleed, mass effect (obliteration of the sulci, ipsilateral lateral ventricle compression and midline shift to the right). (c) Biconvex hyperdensity adjacent the inner table of the right temporal lobe, indicating an acute epidural bleed. (d) Extensive hyperdensity in the sylvian fissures, anterior inter-hemispheric fissure, and basal cistern, in keeping with acute subarachnoid bleed