Subarachnoid Hemorrhage and Hydrocephalus of the Brain
This exhibit features an axial CT rendition of the head demonstrating subarachnoid hemorrhaging and hydrocephalus. Extensive subarachnoid hemorrhaging is seen throughout the basilar cisterns, ventricles, cerebellum, temporofrontal lobes, and cerebrospinal fluid space. The hemorrhaging constricts the normal flow of cerebrospinal fluid, causing hydrocephalus and enlargement of the ventricles to accommodate excess fluid presence.
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