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Figure 1: Axial computed tomography angiogram (a) shows right frontal hematoma (long black arrow) and prominent cortical vessels in the right frontal region and prominent dural vessels along the right frontoparietal region (short black arrows). (b) Axial computed tomography angiogram shows bilateral ophthalmic arteries are prominent (black arrows). (c) Coronal computed tomography angiogram shows prominent dural vessels (black arrow). (d) Volume rendered image shows that bilateral ophthalmic arteries are prominent (white arrows) and (e) confirms the dural arteriovenous fistula (short black arrows) supplied by the ophthalmic artery (long black arrow)

Figure 1: Axial computed tomography angiogram (a) shows right frontal hematoma (long black arrow) and prominent cortical vessels in the right frontal region and prominent dural vessels along the right frontoparietal region (short black arrows). (b) Axial computed tomography angiogram shows bilateral ophthalmic arteries are prominent (black arrows). (c) Coronal computed tomography angiogram shows prominent dural vessels (black arrow). (d) Volume rendered image shows that bilateral ophthalmic arteries are prominent (white arrows) and (e) confirms the dural arteriovenous fistula (short black arrows) supplied by the ophthalmic artery (long black arrow)