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Figure 8: (a) There is involvement of all the arch arteries. Luminal obliteration is present in left common carotid artery (LCCA) and left subclavian artery (RBCA, right brachiocephalic artery; RCCA, right common carotid artery; RSA, right subclaivan artery). (b) The involvement of ascending aorta (AA) and pulmonary trunk (PT) is comparable. There is prominent intimal (white arrow) and adventitial (black arrow) thickening; The case also showed inflammation of the segmental branches seen in (c) (Hematoxylin and Eosin, ×250) and (d) (Elastic van Gieson, ×250)

Figure 8: (a) There is involvement of all the arch arteries. Luminal obliteration is present in left common carotid artery (LCCA) and left subclavian artery (RBCA, right brachiocephalic artery; RCCA, right common carotid artery; RSA, right subclaivan artery). (b) The involvement of ascending aorta (AA) and pulmonary trunk (PT) is comparable. There is prominent intimal (white arrow) and adventitial (black arrow) thickening; The case also showed inflammation of the segmental branches seen in (c) (Hematoxylin and Eosin, ×250) and (d) (Elastic van Gieson, ×250)