٭ Often involve the temporal and frontal lobe. Temporal lobe lesions tend to lie just above the petrous bone or posterior to the greater sphenoid wing. Frontal lobe lesions occur just above the cribriform plate, orbit, planum sphnoidale, and lesser sphenoid wing.
٭ CT appearances ： high density of hemorrhagic foci (vary in size ) scattered throughout the larger nonhemorrhagic
zone or lower density area (edema). May be or may not be mass effect.