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Figure 9: (a and b) A 50-year-old male with syncope, suspected of CVA: Persistent left trigeminal artery (arrow). (c and d) A 47-year-old female with recurrent headache, suspected of intracranial vascular lesion: AVM in right parietooccipital region in right PCA territory draining into right cortical veins and into superior sagittal sinus. (e) A 55-year-old male with transient gait disturbance, suspected of CVA: AcomA aneurysm (pointer)

Figure 9: (a and b) A 50-year-old male with syncope, suspected of CVA: Persistent left trigeminal artery (arrow). (c and d) A 47-year-old female with recurrent headache, suspected of intracranial vascular lesion: AVM in right parietooccipital region in right PCA territory draining into right cortical veins and into superior sagittal sinus. (e) A 55-year-old male with transient gait disturbance, suspected of CVA: AcomA aneurysm (pointer)