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Figure 1 (A and B): (A) Normal diaphragmatic crura: (A) The crura (arrowhead) are noted on either side of the vertebra and are well delineated when in contact with fat. The medial arcuate ligament (arrow) is seen as a thin isodense band superior to the celiac axis (B) The lateral arcuate ligament (arrow) may be visible on CT scans as it courses toward the 12th rib

Figure 1 (A and B): (A) Normal diaphragmatic crura: (A) The crura (arrowhead) are noted on either side of the vertebra and are well delineated when in contact with fat. The medial arcuate ligament (arrow) is seen as a thin isodense band superior to the celiac axis (B) The lateral arcuate ligament (arrow) may be visible on CT scans as it courses toward the 12th rib