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An old patient was brought to the emergency department with cardiac arrest following blunt traumatic injury. After successful cardiopulmonary resuscitation, the patient underwent CT scan which revealed dependent layering of contrast and severe venous reflux (figure 1) as well as lack of forward flow into the left heart (figure 2), indicating impending circulatory collapse. Moments later, the patient became pulseless and severely …
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