1. Large bi-lobed right ICA transitional but at least partially intradural aneurysm, laterally pointing. Broad necked, measuring up to 9mm. Fusiform involvement of the parent vessel. Immediately distal to the opthalmic artery.
2. Large right cerebellar developmental venous anomaly (DVA) draining into the basilar plexus.
3. No evidence of posterior fossa aneurysm.
The findings are entirely in keeping with a right cerebellar cavernoma.
Incidental right ICA aneurysm, which could be amenable to flow diverting stent, however this would require dual anti-platelets. .