Abdominal Angiography

and Horia Ples2



(1)
Department of Computed Tomography, SCM Neuromed, Timisoara, Romania

(2)
Department of Neurosurgery, University of Medicine and Pharmacy “Victor Babes”, Timisoara, Romania

 





5.1 Normal Abdominal Angiography




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Fig. 5.1
3D VRT colour reconstruction frontal plane

1. Aorta abdominalis

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. A. splenica

4. A. hepatica communis

5. A. renalis dextra

6. A. renalis sinistra

7. A. iliaca communis dextra

8. A. iliaca communis sinistra


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Fig. 5.2
3D VRT colour reconstruction right, anterior oblique plane

1. Aorta abdominalis

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. A. renalis dextra

4. A. mesenterica superior

5. A. iliaca communis dextra

6. A. iliaca communis sinistra


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Fig. 5.3
3D VRT colour reconstruction left, anterior oblique plane

1. Aorta abdominalis

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. A. renalis sinistra

4. A. mesenterica superior

5. A. iliaca communis dextra

6. A. iliaca communis sinistra


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Fig. 5.4
3D VRT colour reconstruction left, after removal of the bone structure

1. A. abdominalis

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. A. hepatica communis

4. A. splenica

5. A. mesenterica superior

6. A. renalis dextra

7. A. renalis sinistra

8. A. mesenterica inferior

9. A. iliaca communis

10. A. iliaca communis


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Fig. 5.5
3D VRT colour reconstruction left, after removal of the bone structure

1. A. abdominalis

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. A. mesenterica superior

4. A. splenica

5. A. renalis sinistra

6. A. mesenterica inferior

7. A. iliaca communis

8. A. iliaca communis


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Fig. 5.6
3D VRT colour reconstruction left, after removal of the bone structure, posterior plane

1. A. abdominalis

2. A. splenica

3. A. hepatica communis

4. A. renalis sinistra

5. A. renalis dextra

6. A. iliaca communis

7. A. iliaca communis


5.2 Aneurysm of Truncus Coeliacus and Stenotic Lesion of A. Hepatica Communis




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Fig. 5.7
3D VRT reconstruction frontal view

1. Aorta

2. A. splenica

3. A. hepatica communis

4. A. mesenterica superior

5. A. renalis dexter

6. A. renalis sinister

7. V. renalis sinister

8. V. renalis dexter

9. V. cava inferior

10. Hepatic haemangiomas


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Fig. 5.8
3D VRT reconstruction anterolateral view

1. Aorta

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. Aneurysm of truncus coeliacus

4. A. gastrica sinistra

5. A. splenica

6. A. hepatica communis

7. A. mesenterica superior

8. A. renalis sinistra

9. V. renalis sinistra

10. Haemangiomas of the liver

11. V. cava inferior


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Fig. 5.9
3D MIP reconstruction, sagittal plane

1. Aorta

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. Aneurysm of truncus coeliacus, with calcified plaques

4. A. gastrica sinistra

5. A. splenica

6. A. hepatica communis

7. A. mesenterica superior

8. A. mesenterica inferior


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Fig. 5.10
3D MIP reconstruction, transversal plane

1. Aorta

2. Truncus coeliacus

3. Aneurysm of truncus coeliacus

4. A. hepatica communis

5. A. splenica

6. Haemangiomas of the liver

The full arrow indicates stenotic lesion of a. hepatica communis


5.3 Left Renal Arteriovenous Fistula




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Fig. 5.11
3D VRT colour reconstruction

1. Aorta abdominalis

2. A. mesenterica superior

3. A. renalis dextra

4. Vena cava inferior

5. A. renalis sinistra

6. Vena renalis sinistra

7. Aneurysmal dilatations on the renal arteriovenous fistula’s course

8. Normal vascularisation of the right kidney – absence of vascularisation of the left renal parenchyma can be observed


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Fig. 5.12
3D VRT colour reconstruction after removal of the bone structure

1. Aorta

2. Vena cava inferior

3. Truncus coeliacus

4. A. splenica

5. A. hepatica

6. A. mesenterica superior

7. A. renalis dextra

8. A. renalis sinistra

9. A. mesenterica inferior

10. Vena renalis sinistra with retroaortic course

11. Aneurysmal dilatations on the left renal arteriovenous fistula’s course


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Fig. 5.13
3D VRT colour reconstruction after removal of the bone structure, posterior plane

1. Aorta

2. Vena cava inferior

3. A. hepatica

4. A. splenica

5. A. renalis dextra

6. A. renalis sinistra

7. Vena renalis sinistra with retroaortic course

8. A. mesenterica superior

9. Aneurysmal dilatations on the fistula’s course

Full arrow indicates calcification of fistula wall


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Fig. 5.14
3D VRT colour reconstruction after removal of the bone structure

1. Aorta

2. Vena cava inferior

3. Truncus coeliacus

4. A. mesenterica superior

5. A. renalis sinistra

6. Vena renalis sinistra

7. A. renalis dextra

The full arrow indicates aneurysmal dilated fistula course


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Fig. 5.15
3D VRT colour reconstruction anterior frontal plane (enlarged image)

1. Aorta

2. Vena cava inferior

3. A. mesenterica superior

4. A. renalis dextra

5. A. renalis sinistra

6. Vena renalis sinistra

7. Aneurysmal dilatations on the fistula’s course

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