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Figure 4 (A-H): Non-contrast CT brain axial images shows hyperdense area (arrow) in the parasagittal aspect of right high parietal region suggestive of a haemorrhagic infarct (A) MRI brain done the next day shows heterogeneous lesion (arrows) in FLAIR and T2 (B-D) with blooming on SWI (E) in right parasagittal parietal region keeping with a infarct with haemorrhagic transformation. MRV shows filling defects in the superior sagittal sinus (straight arrow), right transverse (curved arrow) and sigmoid sinuses (F and G). CT brain done 6 days later shows (H) increase in haemorrhagic component in the right high fronto-parietal region (straight arrow) and new hypodense lesion in left high fronto-parietal region (curved arrow) with small foci of haemorrhage

Figure 4 (A-H): Non-contrast CT brain axial images shows hyperdense area (arrow) in the parasagittal aspect of right high parietal region suggestive of a haemorrhagic infarct (A) MRI brain done the next day shows heterogeneous lesion (arrows) in FLAIR and T2 (B-D) with blooming on SWI (E) in right parasagittal parietal region keeping with a infarct with haemorrhagic transformation. MRV shows filling defects in the superior sagittal sinus (straight arrow), right transverse (curved arrow) and sigmoid sinuses (F and G). CT brain done 6 days later shows (H) increase in haemorrhagic component in the right high fronto-parietal region (straight arrow) and new hypodense lesion in left high fronto-parietal region (curved arrow) with small foci of haemorrhage