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A 75-year-old male patient with 8-year history of hypertension suffered from low extremity arterial occlusive disease. Implantation of a stent 3 years prior, presenting with severe pain and numbness in his right lower limb.
76-year-old female who developed severe bilateral carotid artery stenosis thought to be primarily related to her history of neck radiation for thyroid disease. Re-stenosis of both carotids seen in CTA. Decision for syngo DynaCT with IV injection...
A non-invasive contrast-enhanced (intravenous injection) syngo DynaCT was deemed as the best choice due to the lack of previous conventional CT.
51-year-old male with Hep C. Hepatocellular BCLC stage A carcinoma (HCC), which is not amenable to radiofrequency (RF) ablation due to its proximity to the gall bladder. Patient is awaiting liver transplant and recommended for TACE treatment.
Patient with history of recurrent pulmonary embolism and chronic thromboembolic pulmonary hypertension (CTEPH). Pulmonary angiogram and syngo DynaCT were acquired for diagnostic work-up.
61-year-old female. Adenocarcinoma of the lung, recurrent tumor after surgery, radiation therapy and systemic chemotherapy. Actual third line therapy protocol.
Arterial bleeding after Gamma nail insertion in right hip.
A 67-year-old man presented with symptoms of acute right hemiplegia of less than 6 hours duration since onset. The patient was taken to CT immediately to exclude hemorrhage with native CT.
73-year-old female patient. Left middle cerebral artery (MCA) aneurysm that was treated with stent-assisted coil embolization in 2005. Because of her history of contrast allergies, we decided to complete a syngo DynaCT run with IV injection...
74-year-old female patient. Occlusive peripheral artery disease. Patient did not want bypass surgery. Renal insufficiency Grade III (severely limiting the use of contrast media).
70-year-old male patient with an abdominal aneurysm, treated 11/2012 with endovascular aortic repair (EVAR), presented with midabdominal pain. CT showed enlargement of the aneurysm sac and a type II endoleak, fed by lumbar arteries.
47-year-old male with aphasia and motoric deficiency of right hand due to edema.