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Figure 2: (a-c) Computed tomography scan of basal cuts showing SAH in the right sylvian fissure(arrow) and right frontal sulci (broken arrow) (a), gradually resolve in day 3 (b) and day 6 (c). (d-f) computed tomography scan of mid-axial section of the brain acute subdural hematoma with mixed density clot with hypodensity around it (broken arrow) (d), which disappeared in day 3 (e) and Day 6 (f). (g-i) Sagittal image showing redistribution of clot acute subdural hematoma along the tentorium and falx on (broken arrow) day 2 (g), day 3 (h) and day 6 computed tomography (I). (j-l) The coronal image showing day 2 (J), 3 (k) and 6 (l) showed almost similar size right PCA infarct (broken arrow)

Figure 2: (a-c) Computed tomography scan of basal cuts showing SAH in the right sylvian fissure(arrow) and right frontal sulci (broken arrow) (a), gradually resolve in day 3 (b) and day 6 (c). (d-f) computed tomography scan of mid-axial section of the brain acute subdural hematoma with mixed density clot with hypodensity around it (broken arrow) (d), which disappeared in day 3 (e) and Day 6 (f). (g-i) Sagittal image showing redistribution of clot acute subdural hematoma along the tentorium and falx on (broken arrow) day 2 (g), day 3 (h) and day 6 computed tomography (I). (j-l) The coronal image showing day 2 (J), 3 (k) and 6 (l) showed almost similar size right PCA infarct (broken arrow)