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Figure 1: CT scan findings of elderly patients with new onset seizures (a) acute ischemic infarct involving left frontal region (ICA) with mass effect and transfalcine herniation (b) right frontal hemorrhagic infarct possibly due to cerebral sino-venous thrombosis (c) right temporal and frontal hypodensity in patient with suspected herpes simplex encephalitis (d) right frontal single large metastatic lesion with mass effect (e) Multiple small ring enhancing lesion suggestive neurocysticercosis (f) periventricular hypodensity with diffuse cerebral atrophy suggesting leukoaraiosis (g) Gliosis due to old infarct involving right temporal region; and (h) left frontal post-traumatic gliotic changes

Figure 1: CT scan findings of elderly patients with new onset seizures (a) acute ischemic infarct involving left frontal region (ICA) with mass effect and transfalcine herniation (b) right frontal hemorrhagic infarct possibly due to cerebral sino-venous thrombosis (c) right temporal and frontal hypodensity in patient with suspected herpes simplex encephalitis (d) right frontal single large metastatic lesion with mass effect (e) Multiple small ring enhancing lesion suggestive neurocysticercosis (f) periventricular hypodensity with diffuse cerebral atrophy suggesting leukoaraiosis (g) Gliosis due to old infarct involving right temporal region; and (h) left frontal post-traumatic gliotic changes