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Figure 1: Non-contrast computerized tomography (NCCT) head (a) shows confluent hypodensities in both periventricular white matter (arrows) suggestive of small-vessel ischemic changes. CT angiography (b and c) showed diffuse atherosclerotic disease in the arch of the aorta and calcified plaques; 20% eccentric stenosis of left common carotid artery (arrow in b) and 80% stenosis of the left carotid bulb (arrowhead in b and c)

Figure 1: Non-contrast computerized tomography (NCCT) head (a) shows confluent hypodensities in both periventricular white matter (arrows) suggestive of small-vessel ischemic changes. CT angiography (b and c) showed diffuse atherosclerotic disease in the arch of the aorta and calcified plaques; 20% eccentric stenosis of left common carotid artery (arrow in b) and 80% stenosis of the left carotid bulb (arrowhead in b and c)