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Case Report

Intracranial Myeloid Sarcoma Metastasis Mimicking Acute Subdural Hematoma

Figure 4

Repeat CT 6 hours after first surgery showing reappearance of mixed density mass along the right convexity with again persistent midline shift ((a) and (b)). There is reherniation with loss of right temporal horn and basilar cisterns once again (c). Of note, the imaging characteristics of the small subtemporal hematoma are unchanged (d), speaking to the differing contents of the panhemispheric subdural density (versus hematoma) seen in panels (a) and (b).

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