Case 36: Metastasis - Colorectal Cancer
38 year old man with biopsy proven poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma of the sigmoid colon.
CT: Large metastases, with calcifications, before treatment
Unenhanced CT shows intratumoral calcifications within multiple metastases. Following intravenous contrast administration, the metastases demonstrate peripheral vascularity, and central necrosis. Primary carcinoma in sigmoid colon also contains punctate calcification.