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Figure 6: Magnetic resonance imaging of the head done after 12 days of trauma, axial scan showing well-defined cerebrospinal fluid intensity collection in subgaleal space in the right high parietal region which appears hyperintense on T2 (a) (Transverse arrow), hypointense on T1 (b) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery. (c) Suggestive of leptomeningeal cyst. Altered signal intensity, hyperintense on T2 (a) (vertical arrow), hypointense on T1 (b) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (c), collection in subdural space in bilateral fronto-parieto-temporal regions suggestive of bilateral subdural hygromas

Figure 6: Magnetic resonance imaging of the head done after 12 days of trauma, axial scan showing well-defined cerebrospinal fluid intensity collection in subgaleal space in the right high parietal region which appears hyperintense on T2 (a) (Transverse arrow), hypointense on T1 (b) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery. (c) Suggestive of leptomeningeal cyst. Altered signal intensity, hyperintense on T2 (a) (vertical arrow), hypointense on T1 (b) and fluid-attenuated inversion recovery (c), collection in subdural space in bilateral fronto-parieto-temporal regions suggestive of bilateral subdural hygromas