77 year old male on chronic antocoagulation presents with syncope. CT angiogram of the aorta was performed, and the aorta was without acute abnormalities. Pulmonary emboli were discovered.
Incidentally, a urinary bladder "filling defect" was discovered. On spectral analysis, there is intense uptake of iodine in the "filling defect", and it is therefore vascularized, and consistent with a bladder tumor.
Iodine maps can be very helpful when trying to differentiate hematomas from vascularized tissues.