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Figure 1: Angiograms demonstrating anomalous origin of the left common carotid artery from the main pulmonary artery. (a) Aortic arch injection demonstrating a right aortic arch with the right common carotid artery arising from the transverse arch. The main pulmonary artery fills via the patent ductus arteriosus, and the left common carotid artery origin form the main pulmonary artery is also seen. (b and c) Anteroposterior and lateral projections demonstrating the left common carotid artery arising from the superior portion of the main pulmonary artery near the bifurcation. (d) Left subclavian injection with retrograde flow seen in the left common carotid artery

Figure 1: Angiograms demonstrating anomalous origin of the left common carotid artery from the main pulmonary artery. (a) Aortic arch injection demonstrating a right aortic arch with the right common carotid artery arising from the transverse arch. The main pulmonary artery fills via the patent ductus arteriosus, and the left common carotid artery origin form the main pulmonary artery is also seen. (b and c) Anteroposterior and lateral projections demonstrating the left common carotid artery arising from the superior portion of the main pulmonary artery near the bifurcation. (d) Left subclavian injection with retrograde flow seen in the left common carotid artery