CT scan through the brain of an elderly patient demonstrates a subdural haemorrhage with acute and chronic components. Note how the acute blood sinks inferiorly (haematocrit effect). A similar appearance can rarely be seen in acute haemorrhage in.
Insular ribbon sign - refers to loss of the normal insular cortex grey-white differentiation and is one of the earliest imaging signs of middle cerebral artery territory infarction. The insular cortex.
Hepatic Veins - Liver congestion by right-sided heart failure – We find dialted peripheral hepatic veins over or > 10 mm before entrance of IVC - We can sometimes find fluid in pleural cavity above the diaphragm.