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Endoleak – CTA

Shown above is a type II endoleak. An endoleak is characterised by persistent blood...

Cervical Cancer (MRI)

MRI - FSE T2, Post Gad, DWI, and T1 images of the pelvis Cervical Cancer (MRI)

Pituitary Adenoma with Hemorrhage MRI

Submitted April 12 2009 by Dr. Garry Choy MD MBA to radRounds Radiology Network

Interrupted Aortic Arch

20-days old male presented with heart failure. The arch is interrupted between left CCA and SCA. The...

Lost Guide Wire

This patient was transfered to ICU from another hospital. On CT examination of their abdomen a wire...

Monckeberg Medial Sclerosis and Popliteal artery aneurysm (X-Ray)

Monckeberg medial calcific sclerosis is a form of arteriosclerosis characterised by calcific deposits within the media of...

Situs inversus

Situs inversus, a rare anomaly (0.01% prevalence) is simply speaking, the situation in which the asymmetric organs...

Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery

An aberrant right subclavian artery is the most common of the aortic arch anomalies, and is asymptomatic....

Aortic Mural Hematoma

Intramural haematoma is an atypical form of aortic dissection due to haemorrhage into the wall from the...

Parkes-Weber Syndrome

This 10 year-old male presented for assessment of leg length discrepancy and cutaneous “capillary” vascular malformation. The...

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