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Figure 1: (a and b) Plain CT brain showing a left frontal hyperdense lesion with a hypodense center. There is mild perilesional edema but no mass effect; (c and d) repeat plain CT brain done 2 months later at our institution, showing an increase in edema with a significant midline shift to the right. An evolving left posterior cerebral artery territory infarct can also be seen

Figure 1: (a and b) Plain CT brain showing a left frontal hyperdense lesion with a hypodense center. There is mild perilesional edema but no mass effect; (c and d) repeat plain CT brain done 2 months later at our institution, showing an increase in edema with a significant midline shift to the right. An evolving left posterior cerebral artery territory infarct can also be seen