Diagnosing a Bilateral Iliac Artery Stenosis using Runoff CT Angiography

Aarthi Govindarajan, MD, Prasanna Vignesh, MD, Arun Kumar, MD, Raj Kumar, MD
Aarthi Diagnostics, Vadapalani, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
 |  26.10.2015

A 42-year-old male patient, a known smoker and alcoholic with a history of claudication and pain in both lower limbs, was referred to our hospital. Physical examination revealed that the patient was normotensive. His family history was unremarkable. Peripheral CT angiography was requested to rule out peripheral arterial diseases.

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