Normal CTA abdomen and pelvis

Case contributed by Assoc Prof Craig Hacking

Normal study. Incidental sigmoid diverticulosis.

Incidental vascular variants:

  • bilateral obturator arteries arise from the inferior epigastric arteries
  • accessory left renal artery
  • middle and right colic arteries arise from a common trunk off the SMA
  • bilateral superior and inferior gluteal arteries both arise from the posterior division of the IIA

Case Discussion

This is an illustrative case of a normal CT angiography obtained after IV contrast administration.

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