Unruptured multicompartmental left sinus of valsalva aneurysm with chronic dissection of interatrial
history and clinical presentation: 30 year old female presented with history of intermittent palpitation and exertional breathlessness. On evaluation, scanogram showed ventricular wall calcifications. On further evaluation with 64 slice CT scanner, it proved to be unruptured aneurysm from the left sinus of Valsalva. Figure description: FIGURE 2: COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY- multiplanar reconstructed image showing: # - aneurysm component dissecting into in the left ventricular free wall with calcifications in the wall and thrombus in anterosuperior aspect, LCA - Left coronary artery,RA - right atrium, LV - left ventricle, AO - aorta.