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Figure 1: Axial non-contrast computed tomography images of the head showing (a) an extensive left hemispheric acute-on-chronic subdural haematoma (solid white arrows), causing a 1.4 cm midline shift to the right side and compression of the left lateral ventricle (black arrows). A small subdural haematoma (empty white arrows) is also seen on the right side and (b) a left uncal herniation with deformation of right cerebral peduncles and obliteration of the right crural cistern (solid white arrow)

Figure 1: Axial non-contrast computed tomography images of the head showing (a) an extensive left hemispheric acute-on-chronic subdural haematoma (solid white arrows), causing a 1.4 cm midline shift to the right side and compression of the left lateral ventricle (black arrows). A small subdural haematoma (empty white arrows) is also seen on the right side and (b) a left uncal herniation with deformation of right cerebral peduncles and obliteration of the right crural cistern (solid white arrow)