There is a haemorrhage on the basal side of the brain. The bleeding clearly enters and fills the sulci at the affected area.
Diagnosis: Subarachnoid haemorrhage
- Hypertension -> Rupture of berry aneurysm
The macroscopical difference between a subarachnoid and a subdural bleeding is that in the latter case will blood not fill the sulci, while it will in the former case.
32. Subdural haemorhage
34. Secondary hemorrhage of the pons, hematocephalus