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Figure 1: (a) NCCT head showing right frontoparietal hematoma; (b) CT angiogram demonstrating contrast blush (vascular pathology ?AVM) as the underlying cause of hemorrhage; (c) postoperative NCCT showing ICH in contralateral motor strip, and (d) postoperative DSA showing ruptured aneurysm (arrow) in the cortical branch of distal anterior cerebral artery (AVM: arteriovenous malformation; DSA: digital subtraction angiogram; ICH: intracerebral hemorrhage; NCCT: noncontrast computed tomography)

Figure 1: (a) NCCT head showing right frontoparietal hematoma; (b) CT angiogram demonstrating contrast blush (vascular pathology ?AVM) as the underlying cause of hemorrhage; (c) postoperative NCCT showing ICH in contralateral motor strip, and (d) postoperative DSA showing ruptured aneurysm (arrow) in the cortical branch of distal anterior cerebral artery (AVM: arteriovenous malformation; DSA: digital subtraction angiogram; ICH: intracerebral hemorrhage; NCCT: noncontrast computed tomography)