Normal CT upper limb angiography
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Ibrahim, D. Normal CT upper limb angiography. Case study, Radiopaedia.org. (accessed on 28 Oct 2021) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-91086
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10th Jul 2021
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Right upper limb pain.
Age: 40 years
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I- AORTIC ARCH:
- Normal appearance of the ascending aorta, aortic arch and descending thoracic aorta with no aneurysmal dilatation, stenotic lesion or intimal dissection.
- Normal appearance of the aortic arch branches showing average diameters. No arch dissection or aneurysmal dilatation.
II- RIGHT UPPER LIMB ARTERIAL AXIS:
- Normal appearance of the subclavian, axillary and brachial arteries with no stenotic or occlusive lesions.
- Patent common interossous, anterior and posterior inter-osseous arteries which could be traced down to the wrist.
- Patent radial artery which could be traced down to the wrist with patent deep palmar arch and palmar metacarpal digital arteries.
- Patent ulnar artery which could be traced to the wrist with patent superficial palmar arch and common palmar digital arteries.