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Figure 1: Representative images of computed tomorgraphy of the head demonstrating left-sided chronic subdural haematoma with acute component, 11 mm at its maximal thickness and associated 15 mm midline shift in axial (a) and coronal (b) reconstructions prior to the intervention. Axial (c) and coronal (d) reconstructions of the Xper computed tomorgraphy head in the interventional radiology suit immediately after the embolization of middle meningeal artery and placement of the subdural evacuating port system drain demonstrating significantly reduced amount of subdural collections and improving midline shift. Axial (e) and coronal (f) reconstructions of the computed tomorgraphy head on postintervention day #1 re-demonstrating significantly reduced amount of subdural collections and improving midline shift. Axial (g) and coronal (h) reconstructions of the computed tomorgraphy head at 1-month postintervention demonstrating near resolution of the subdural collections and midline shift

Figure 1:  Representative images of computed tomorgraphy of the head demonstrating left-sided chronic subdural haematoma with acute component, 11 mm at its maximal thickness and associated 15 mm midline shift in axial (a) and coronal (b) reconstructions prior to the intervention. Axial (c) and coronal (d) reconstructions of the Xper computed tomorgraphy head in the interventional radiology suit immediately after the embolization of middle meningeal artery and placement of the subdural evacuating port system drain demonstrating significantly reduced amount of subdural collections and improving midline shift. Axial (e) and coronal (f) reconstructions of the computed tomorgraphy head on postintervention day #1 re-demonstrating significantly reduced amount of subdural collections and improving midline shift. Axial (g) and coronal (h) reconstructions of the computed tomorgraphy head at 1-month postintervention demonstrating near resolution of the subdural collections and midline shift