Noncontrast CT demonstrates a loss of grey-white junction in the left
occipital lobe with mild associated mass effect.
Noncontrast CT demonstrates increased mass effect in the left occipital
lobe with associated hyperdensity.
T2-weighted images demonstrate left occipital lobe cortical grey and
subcortical white matter hyperintensity with associated mass effect and
effacement of the occipital horn of the left lateral ventricle.
T1-weighted image demonstrates mildly hypointense grey and white matter
in the left occipital lobe. Diffusion-weighted images demonstrate
hyperintensity (restricted diffusion) in the left occipital lobe. Gradient echo
(T2*) images demonstrate susceptibility artifact of the cortical grey matter
greater than subcortical white matter of the left occipital lobe.
Key words: ct mri vascular hemorrhage
Hemorrhagic cerebral infarct