Scrollable high-resolution computed tomography images of a normal thorax
Following are high-resolution computed tomographs of a normal thorax (except for some mild degenerative changes in the vertebral column) of a 37 year old man who presented with unspecific breathing problems, published with written informed consent. They are taken in the axial, coronal and sagittal planes, respectively. The slice thickness of 3 mm in this presentation is a bit thicker than a standard HRCT.
To move through the images, hover over the image and roll a scroll wheel, drag the image up or down, or click the < or the > above each stack. This functionality should activate when the page is fully loaded, which may take some time. While scrolling, there may be flickering the first time each image appears in the stack.
All body locations
Available galleries of Public Domain scrollable computed tomography images of normal anatomy:
Brain, case 1: No intravenous contrast.