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Fig. 2

From: CT features of mature teratoma in the mediastinum of two young adults—a report of two cases

Fig. 2

a, b Axial contrast-enhanced CT scan images show teratoma in the left aspect of the anterior mediastinum. a Fat component (yellow arrow), dense calcification (red arrow), aortic arch (green arrow), and superior vena cava (blue arrow). b Soft tissue and cystic fluid components (black asterisk), fat component (blue arrow), and pulmonary trunk and left pulmonary artery (yellow arrow). c Coronal contrast-enhanced CT scan image shows teratoma. Dense calcification (red arrow), fat component (yellow asterisk), soft tissue component (blue asterisk), left ventricle (yellow arrow), ascending aorta (green arrow), and left pulmonary artery (blue arrow). d Sagittal contrast-enhanced CT scan image shows teratoma in the anterior aspect of the left mediastinum. Fat component (yellow asterisk), dense calcification (blue arrow), soft tissue component (black asterisk), intact pericardium (black arrow), left ventricle (red arrow), and right ventricle (green arrow)

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