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Figure 2: Illustration of one patient (case number: 1) with right-sided hypertensive basal ganglion hemorrhage and (a) preoperative and (b) postoperative computed tomography images. (c) One small curved incision over the right pterion region. (d) At 3 months postoperatively, the patient was functional independence. The only left neurological deficit was left upper extremity muscle strength 4/5

Figure 2: Illustration of one patient (case number: 1) with right-sided hypertensive basal ganglion hemorrhage and (a) preoperative and (b) postoperative computed tomography images. (c) One small curved incision over the right pterion region. (d) At 3 months postoperatively, the patient was functional independence. The only left neurological deficit was left upper extremity muscle strength 4/5