Normal CTA thorax (ECG gated)

Case contributed by Craig Hacking
Diagnosis not applicable


Interscapular pain ? dissection.

Patient Data

Age: 60-65 years
Gender: Male

Normal thoracic aorta. No evidence of dissection. Origins of the left and right coronary arteries are patent. No pericardial effusion.

Small hiatal hernia.

Case Discussion

Example of a normal ECG gated CTA chest. Not the horizontal stitch marks on the coronal and sagittal series.

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