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Figure 2 (A-G): Cardiac arrest in a 26-year-old male victim of a road traffic accident. Axial CECT scans of the thorax and abdomen show dense contrast opacification of the azygos vein and SVC (arrows in A), the great cardiac (arrow) and hemiazygos (arrowhead) veins (B), the right lumbar veins (arrows in C) and the venules of the back (arrowheads in C), the IVC (arrow in D) and the hepatic veins (arrowheads in D), the portal venous branches (arrows in E), the right renal (arrow in F) and splenic (arrowhead in F) veins, and the superior mesenteric (arrow in G) and gonadal (arrowhead in G) veins. Contrast is seen to accumulate in the dependent hepatic parenchyma and in the right renal parenchyma (DF)

Figure 2 (A-G): Cardiac arrest in a 26-year-old male victim of a road traffic accident. Axial CECT scans of the thorax and abdomen show dense contrast opacification of the azygos vein and SVC (arrows in A), the great cardiac (arrow) and hemiazygos (arrowhead) veins (B), the right lumbar veins (arrows in C) and the venules of the back (arrowheads in C), the IVC (arrow in D) and the hepatic veins (arrowheads in D), the portal venous branches (arrows in E), the right renal (arrow in F) and splenic (arrowhead in F) veins, and the superior mesenteric (arrow in G) and gonadal (arrowhead in G) veins. Contrast is seen to accumulate in the dependent hepatic parenchyma and in the right renal parenchyma (DF)