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Figure 1: (a) Axial T2-weighted images showing high signal intensity in both psoas muscles consistent with muscle infarction. (b) Coronal reformatted image shows thrombus filling infra-renal aorta and bilateral iliac arteries. (c) Coronal reformatted post-contrast computed tomography (CT) showing bilateral renal infarcts appearing as wedge shaped non-enhancing areas. (d) Volume rendered images showing complete occlusion of the infra-renal aorta and superior mesenteric artery. (e) Bowel ischemia; dilated fluid filled ileal, and jejunal loops with non-enhancing walls. (f) Post-contrast CT image showing thrombus within the left ventricle

Figure 1: (a) Axial T2-weighted images showing high signal intensity in both psoas muscles consistent with muscle infarction. (b) Coronal reformatted image shows thrombus filling infra-renal aorta and bilateral iliac arteries. (c) Coronal reformatted post-contrast computed tomography (CT) showing bilateral renal infarcts appearing as wedge shaped non-enhancing areas. (d) Volume rendered images showing complete occlusion of the infra-renal aorta and superior mesenteric artery. (e) Bowel ischemia; dilated fluid filled ileal, and jejunal loops with non-enhancing walls. (f) Post-contrast CT image showing thrombus within the left ventricle