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Appearance of a double aortic arch in DiGeorge syndrome on ECG-gated 64 detector row computed tomography
  1. Simon M Bays,
  2. Irving Toby Wells,
  3. Nathan E Manghat
  1. Correspondence to Dr Irving Toby Wells; tobywells{at}

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An 18-year-old woman with known DiGeorge syndrome presented with dyspnoea; the chest radiograph suggested a right-sided arch (panel A). 64 Detector row ECG-gated thoracic aortic computed tomography (General Electric Healthcare Technologies, Waukesha, USA) was performed to exclude a vascular ring. A 1.25 mm collimation was used, with 100 ml intravenous iodinated contrast and 50 ml …

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