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Figure 3: (a) Aortogram in anteroposterior view indicates right aortic arch with two branches of RCCA (yellow arrow) and RSCA. (b) After several beats, LCCA is visualized by retrograde flow from the cerebral circulation from above (red arrows). RSCA is shown by yellow arrow. LCCA is smaller than RCCA. (c) The left subclavian artery appears late through retrograde flow from above which is shown by the red arrows. RCCA: Right common carotid artery, LCCA: Left common carotid artery, RSCA: Right subclavian artery

Figure 3: (a) Aortogram in anteroposterior view indicates right aortic arch with two branches of RCCA (yellow arrow) and RSCA. (b) After several beats, LCCA is visualized by retrograde flow from the cerebral circulation from above (red arrows). RSCA is shown by yellow arrow. LCCA is smaller than RCCA. (c) The left subclavian artery appears late through retrograde flow from above which is shown by the red arrows. RCCA: Right common carotid artery, LCCA: Left common carotid artery, RSCA: Right subclavian artery