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Figure 2: (a) T1 axial magnetic resonance imaging brain showing various stages of blood in chronic epidural hematoma along with compressed ipsilateral cerebral hemisphere and chronically dilated left lateral ventricle (old meningitic hydrocephalus sequelae); (b) T2 axial image showing various stages of blood in epidural hematoma and cerebrospinal fluid cleft at the edges of both epidural hematomas; (c and d) T2 sagittal and coronal cut showing degree of compression on the right hemisphere and no midline shift or tentorial herniation

Figure 2: (a) T1 axial magnetic resonance imaging brain showing various stages of blood in chronic epidural hematoma along with compressed ipsilateral cerebral hemisphere and chronically dilated left lateral ventricle (old meningitic hydrocephalus sequelae); (b) T2 axial image showing various stages of blood in epidural hematoma and cerebrospinal fluid cleft at the edges of both epidural hematomas; (c and d) T2 sagittal and coronal cut showing degree of compression on the right hemisphere and no midline shift or tentorial herniation