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G. Iacob and Andreea Marinescu

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Luis Rafael Moscote-Salazar, Willem Guillermo Calderón- Miranda, Nidia Escobar-Hernandez, Marticela Cabeza-Morales, Andrés M. Rubiano, Hernando Raphael Alvis-Miranda, Nasly Zabaleta-Churio and Amit Agrawal

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Jernej Avsenik, Janja Pretnar Oblak and Katarina Surlan Popovic

depicted in Figure 2 . Figure 1 19-year-old female with thrombosis (arrow) of the left transverse sinus (LTS) (A) and superior sagittal sinus (C) , confirmed by CT venography in sagittal (B) and axial (D) reconstruction. Average attenuation inside the LTS was 83.6 HU. Figure 2 Left transverse sinus (LTS) of a 26-year-old male appeared hyperattenuated on non-contrast computed tomography (arrow) (A) and was interpreted as thrombosed by both readers. However, CT venography in axial (B) and sagittal (C) reconstruction showed patency of the LTS