Medical Must-See: Pick your brain – is this a plain CT or contrast enhanced?

A rare blood disorder secondary to congenital heart disease was the true highlight

In light of radiologists' recent plea to ration CTs following a global shortage of contrast media, take a look at this brightly lit brain scan.

CT scan

Is a dye involved, or is it au naturel?

While the contrast is often obvious, a rare blood disorder makes this case a little less black and white (or is that a little more?).

The 26-year-old male patient in question presented with seizures, congenital cyanotic heart disease