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Figure 3: (6 h after trauma) (a) Basal axial image showing obliterated basal cistern with left basifrontal contusion. (b and c) (6 h after trauma)-9.6 mm mixed density SDH in left fronto-temporo-parietal region (marked with broken arrow) with midline shift of 6 mm (d-f) (13 h after trauma)-computed tomography scan showing complete resolution of mixed density part of clot with small residual hyperdense part of clot with open basal cistern and no midline shift. (g-i) (day 5 after trauma) Computed tomography scan showing resolving left basifrontal contusion and residual left frontal SDH

Figure 3: (6 h after trauma) (a) Basal axial image showing obliterated basal cistern with left basifrontal contusion. (b and c) (6 h after trauma)-9.6 mm mixed density SDH in left fronto-temporo-parietal region (marked with broken arrow) with midline shift of 6 mm (d-f) (13 h after trauma)-computed tomography scan showing complete resolution of mixed density part of clot with small residual hyperdense part of clot with open basal cistern and no midline shift. (g-i) (day 5 after trauma) Computed tomography scan showing resolving left basifrontal contusion and residual left frontal SDH