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Figure 2: (a) Catheter cerebral angiogram (L&R internal carotid artery injections, AP view) and (b and c) axial T2-weighted MR images from an 8 year old boy with bilateral moyamoya. The angiogram shows stenosis of both ICAs with basal ganglia collaterals consistent with moyamoya. The MRI scans in (a) were taken at presentation with acute left hemiparesis in and those in (b) 6 months later. During this interval he had 5 clinical strokes, reflected in the bilateral infarcts (R frontal and L parieto-occipital) infarcts which developed during time.

Figure 2: (a) Catheter cerebral angiogram (L&R internal carotid artery injections, AP view) and (b and c) axial T2-weighted MR images from an 8 year old boy with bilateral moyamoya. The angiogram shows stenosis of both ICAs with basal ganglia collaterals consistent with moyamoya. The MRI scans in (a) were taken at presentation with acute left hemiparesis in and those in (b) 6 months later. During this interval he had 5 clinical strokes, reflected in the bilateral infarcts (R frontal and L parieto-occipital) infarcts which developed during time.