Normal lower limb CT angiogram

Case contributed by Sachi Hapugoda
Diagnosis not applicable


Workup for known anterior tibial leiomyosarcoma.

Patient Data

Age: 55 years

Anterior muscle compartment leiomyosarcoma in close proximity to anterior tibial artery.

Intimal calcific disease of the tibioperoneal trunk, anterior and posterior tibial arteries and peroneal artery. Otherwise the right lower limb arteries enhance normally with normal contrast opacification of the dorsalis pedis and the posterior tibial artery at the level of the ankle/foot.

Case Discussion

An example of normal arterial vascular anatomy (with some areas of intimal disease) of the lower limb.

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