This distribution of microhaemorrhages is typical of hypertensive encephalopathy and the location mirrors that of larger hypertensive haemorrhages which are most common in the basal ganglia, pons and cerebellar hemispheres.
The peripheral distribution of these microhaemorrhages is very characteristic of cerebral amyloid angiopathy with little if any viable alternative diagnosis. Multiple cavernomas invariable have some that are larger and visible on other sequence.
Evaluation of carotid arteries in stroke patients using color Doppler sonography: A prospective study conducted in a tertiary care hospital in South India Fernandes M, Keerthiraj B, Mahale AR, Kumar A, Dudekula A
Renal angiomyolipomas (AML) are type of benign renal neoplasm and are composed of vascular, smooth muscle and fat elements. They can result in spontaneous haemorrhage and usually have characteristic imaging appearances. http://radiopaedia.org/articles/renal-angiomyolipoma
Giant cell tumours are usually benign, but a few can be malignant, however imaging cannot differentiate between benign and malignant tumours. GCT usually involves subarticular region distal radius and distal femur, the proximal tibila being most.