Aortic Dissection: Stanford Type A on CT Scan Aortic Dissection: Stanford Type A on CT Scan

Findings: There is an aortic dissection seen in the aortic arch on axial CT scan.   Discussion: The primary event...

Aortic Dissection: Stanford Type B Extending into the Iliac Arteries on CT Scans Aortic Dissection: Stanford Type B Extending into the Iliac Arteries on CT Scans

Findings: There is an aortic dissection seen in the descending thoracic and abdominal aorta, which extends into both iliac...

Aortic Transection on Plain Film and CT Scan Aortic Transection on Plain Film and CT Scan

Findings: The CXR demonstrates a widened mediastinum, indistinct aortic knob, and mediastinal shift to the right. The CT...

Aortoiliac Stents: Normal Appearance Aortoiliac Stents: Normal Appearance

Findings: This patient demonstrates the appearance of aortoiliac stents on abdominal plain film.

Aspergillus Pneumonia on CXR and CT Scan Aspergillus Pneumonia on CXR and CT Scan

Findings: The CXR demonstrates cardiomegaly and bilateral interstitial infiltrates. The CT demonstrates cardiomegaly with...

Cardiovascular: Multiple Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms on CTA Cardiovascular: Multiple Abdominal Aortic Aneurysms on CTA

Findings: There are two aortic aneurysms, the superior one with mural thrombus.   Discussion: This patient...

Chest: Saddle Pulmonary Emboli on CTA Chest: Saddle Pulmonary Emboli on CTA

Findings: There are large bilateral filling defects in the proximal pulmonary arteries.   Discussion: CTA is...

CHF with alveolar edema CHF with alveolar edema

Findings: CHF frequently presents radiologically with cardiomegaly and/or pleural effusions. The effusions may be bilateral....

CHF with interstitial edema CHF with interstitial edema

Findings: CHF frequently presents radiologically with cardiomegaly and/or pleural effusions. The effusions may be bilateral....

CHF with upper zone redistribution CHF with upper zone redistribution

Findings: CHF frequently presents radiologically with cardiomegaly and/or pleural effusions. The effusions may be bilateral....

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