Incidental hyperdensity within esophagus on coronary CT angiography
We read with great interest the informative article of Erol et al. [ 1 ]. The authors evaluated the prevalence and clinical importance of incidental findings of noncoronary cardiac structures and mediastinal great vessels in patients who underwent coronary computed tomography angiography (CCTA). We would like to share one of our interesting observations with respect to incidental noncardiac findings.