Table 1

- Sequence of events.

Day oneCT brain showed sellar/suprasellar mass with mild ventricular dilation.
Day 2MRI brain showed a sellar mass with suprasellar extension and old subarachnoid and intraventricular haemorrhage.
Day 8CT chest and abdomen and echocardiography revealed multi-organ lesions.
Day 9The patient developed generalized seizures controlled by Levetiracetam.
Day 10CT brain revealed acute intraventricular haemorrhage with worsening communicating hydrocephalus.
Day 13An external ventricular drain was inserted for decompression of the hydrocephalus.
Day 16He was intubated on mechanical ventilation due to a sudden drop in GCS and worsening seizures. Repeated CT brain showed a new acute parietal intracerebral haemorrhage and MRI revealed no aneurysm or vascular abnormality.
Day 53Brain MRI showed right occipital acute infarction.
Day 65CT brain showed a right occipital hemorrhagic transformation.
Day 86Cardiac arrest and death.

CT: computed tomography, MRI: magnetic resonance imaging, GCS: Glasgow coma scale