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Figure 1. (a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed subacute hematoma in left frontotemporal lobe. There was a hypointense nodule at sylvian fissure, which did not enhance after contrast medium injection. (b) Computed tomography (CT) revealed enlarging intracerebral hemorrhage with midline shift. There was a hypodense nodule at the same position as in MRI. (c-f) After hematoma evacuation, CT and conventional angiography demonstrated an aneurysm at a distal branch of left middle cerebral artery. The position of the aneurysm was compatible with the nodule shown in the previous MRI and CT scan, indicating a partially thrombosed aneurysm

Figure 1. (a) T2-weighted magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) showed subacute hematoma in left frontotemporal lobe. There was a hypointense nodule at sylvian fissure, which did not enhance after contrast medium injection. (b) Computed tomography (CT) revealed enlarging intracerebral hemorrhage with midline shift. There was a hypodense nodule at the same position as in MRI. (c-f) After hematoma evacuation, CT and conventional angiography demonstrated an aneurysm at a distal branch of left middle cerebral artery. The position of the aneurysm was compatible with the nodule shown in the previous MRI and CT scan, indicating a partially thrombosed aneurysm