MVA about 6 hours ago. CT to rule out mediastinal injury.
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Thoracic aorta has normal calibre and opacification, with no evidence of acute abnormalities. Aortic arch branches are unremarkable. No lymph node enlargement or other mediastinal abnormality. Lungs and pleural spaces are clear. Airways are normal. No pneumothorax. No evidence of fractures involving the thoracic cage. The sternum has normal appearances. Alignment of the thoracic spine is intact. No fracture detected in the thoracic spine. Imaged upper abdomen is unremarkable.
This a normal example of a CT angiogram to assess the thoracic aorta. For more illustrative normal exams like this one, please refer to the article on "chest normal exams".