A 59-Year-Old Man After a Fall at Home

Brain CT of a man who fell at home

A 59-year-old man with underlying DM, HPT and hyperuricaemia, presented after a fall at home. No loss of consciousness, no vomiting, no headache, no blurred vision, only complaint was scalp swelling at left temporoparietal region.

Examination showed GCS 15/15 and no neurological deficit. Skull radiograph showed no depressed skull fracture. Patient was discharged home. He presented again after 2 days with severe headache and vomiting.

What’s the diagnosis ?