Normal CTA thorax (non ECG gated)
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Hacking C, Normal CTA thorax (non ECG gated). Case study, Radiopaedia.org (Accessed on 09 Jun 2023) https://doi.org/10.53347/rID-41750
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18 Dec 2015
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Axial C+ arterial phase
Normal anatomical arrangement of aortic arch and major branches. No evidence of traumatic aortic injury. No mediastinal hematoma. No pericardial effusion.
Minor right basal atelectasis. The lungs and pleural spaces are otherwise clear. No pneumothorax. No rib, scapular, clavicular or sternal fracture. Normal T spine.
Incompletely imaged abdominal viscera have a normal appearance.
Example of a normal CTA.
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