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Figure 1: CT angiography of the brain and neck showing non-opacification of the left CCA from its origin with intraluminal thrombus and long-segment stenosis (50–60%) of the left ICA distal to the carotid bulb till the terminal ICA. Approximately, 50% stenosis of the right subclavian artery origin from the brachiocephalic trunk. Short-segment non-opacification with an intraluminal thrombus of the left subclavian artery distal to its origin proximal to the vertebral artery origin

Figure 1: CT angiography of the brain and neck showing non-opacification of the left CCA from its origin with intraluminal thrombus and long-segment stenosis (50–60%) of the left ICA distal to the carotid bulb till the terminal ICA. Approximately, 50% stenosis of the right subclavian artery origin from the brachiocephalic trunk. Short-segment non-opacification with an intraluminal thrombus of the left subclavian artery distal to its origin proximal to the vertebral artery origin