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Figure 4 (A-C): Contrast layering in the abdominal IVC (arrow) and hepatic veins (arrowhead) with ascites (curve arrow) is seen on a contrast-enhanced, axial CT scan (A), in a patient with cardiac tamponade. Gross pericardial (arrow) and bilateral pleural (arrowheads) effusions are seen (B). Contrast layering in also noted in the right renal vein (arrow in C).

Figure 4 (A-C): Contrast layering in the abdominal IVC (arrow) and hepatic veins (arrowhead) with ascites (curve arrow) is seen on a contrast-enhanced, axial CT scan (A), in a patient with cardiac tamponade. Gross pericardial (arrow) and bilateral pleural (arrowheads) effusions are seen (B). Contrast layering in also noted in the right renal vein (arrow in C).