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Figure 5: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain obtained 1 week after endovascular treatment. Coronal (a and b), axial (c and d) T2-weighted, axial (e), and sagittal (f) T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging reveal a large round mixed central isointense and peripheral hypointense mass with hyperintensity in a venous aneurysm, probably representing a thrombosed venous aneurysm with resolving hematoma. There was disappearance of previously seen venous congestion of the medulla and multiple dilated flow-voids surrounding the medulla

Figure 5: Magnetic resonance imaging of the brain obtained 1 week after endovascular treatment. Coronal (a and b), axial (c and d) T2-weighted, axial (e), and sagittal (f) T1-weighted magnetic resonance imaging reveal a large round mixed central isointense and peripheral hypointense mass with hyperintensity in a venous aneurysm, probably representing a thrombosed venous aneurysm with resolving hematoma. There was disappearance of previously seen venous congestion of the medulla and multiple dilated flow-voids surrounding the medulla