59 years old male with acute liver failure

Case provided by Rhea History A 59 years old male presented with signs of acute liver failure with highly increased aminotransferase levels and unclear perianal bleedings. Since 2008 the patient had a known history of alpha (1)-antitrypsin deficiency (a(1)-ATD) type PIZZ. In the forefront of acute liver failure the patient had an episode of right-sided…

53 years old male with progressive pulmonary thromboembolism despite anticoagulant therapy

Case provided by Vincent History A 53 years old melanoma patient was initially diagnosed with an incidental pulmonary thromboembolism. Despite therapeutic anticoagulation, pulmonary thromboembolism was progressive three months later. Image findings The initial CT scan performed for melanoma staging incidentally shows a central pulmonary thromboembolism pronounced on the right side in a staging CT scan…