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Fig. 8 | Insights into Imaging

Fig. 8

From: Significant incidental cardiac disease on thoracic CT: what the general radiologist needs to know

Fig. 8

a Axial contrast-enhanced CT demonstrates a left ventricular true aneurysm (white arrowheads) in a 71-year-old male who was being evaluated for empyema. He had a history of myocardial infarction. b Axial CT image through the chest demonstrates a left ventricular pseudoaneurysm with a narrow neck (black arrow) in a young male being evaluated for fever and chest pain. LA left atrium, RA right atrium, LV left ventricle, PsA pseudoaneurysm. c Axial CT image through the lower chest and upper abdomen demonstrates a small apical left ventricular diverticulum (asterisk) in a 55-year-old male being evaluated for thoracic neoplasm. LLL left liver lobe, RV right ventricle

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