Axial CECT in pat...
Axial C+ arterial phase
Axial CECT in patient with polysplenia shows situs ambiguous, absent IVC, azygous continuation of the IVC, and rectal mass with hepatic mets
Modality: CT (C+ arterial phase)

- “ Axial CECT demonstrates polysplenia, situs ambiguous, absent IVC and azygous continuation of the IVC. Further more a rectal mass (presumably a rec...”

Used in the following article:

  • Situs classification - “ Situs classification can be a daunting topic, but it falls into three main groups : situs solitus: the normal configuration of thoracic and abdom...”
  • Polysplenia syndrome - “ Polysplenia syndrome, also known as left isomerism, is a type of heterotaxy syndrome where there are multiple spleens congenitally as part of left...”

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