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Figure 2: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of the head done after an hour of trauma, coronal view showing. (a) Nonenhancing hypodense content is seen in the superior sagittal sinus (transverse arrow) suggestive of venous sinus thrombosis. A well-defined fluid density hypodense collection is seen in the subgaleal space in the bilateral parietal region (arrow head). (b) Ill-defined patchy hypodense areas are seen in the cortex and subcortical white matter of bilateral high parietal lobe (vertical arrows) suggestive of ischemic changes secondary to venous thrombosis

Figure 2: Contrast-enhanced computed tomography of the head done after an hour of trauma, coronal view showing. (a) Nonenhancing hypodense content is seen in the superior sagittal sinus (transverse arrow) suggestive of venous sinus thrombosis. A well-defined fluid density hypodense collection is seen in the subgaleal space in the bilateral parietal region (arrow head). (b) Ill-defined patchy hypodense areas are seen in the cortex and subcortical white matter of bilateral high parietal lobe (vertical arrows) suggestive of ischemic changes secondary to venous thrombosis