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Figure 1 (A-D): Cardiac arrest in a 25-year-old male with polytrauma. Axial contrast-enhanced CT scans show intense opacification of the SVC and azygos vein (arrows in A). Contrast is seen pooling in the dependent part of the IVC (arrows in B and C), with opacification of the hepatic veins (arrowheads in b) and the right renal vein (arrowhead in C). There is no contrast in the left heart chamber (arrow in D). Contrast opacification of the pulmonary veins is seen (arrowheads in D). Note that there is no parenchymal enhancement of the liver or kidney and no contrast is seen in the aorta (B,C)

Figure 1 (A-D): Cardiac arrest in a 25-year-old male with polytrauma. Axial contrast-enhanced CT scans show intense opacification of the SVC and azygos vein (arrows in A). Contrast is seen pooling in the dependent part of the IVC (arrows in B and C), with opacification of the hepatic veins (arrowheads in b) and the right renal vein (arrowhead in C). There is no contrast in the left heart chamber (arrow in D). Contrast opacification of the pulmonary veins is seen (arrowheads in D). Note that there is no parenchymal enhancement of the liver or kidney and no contrast is seen in the aorta (B,C)