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Figure 4: 3D CT angiogram of chest/neck vessels showing carotid-subclavian bypass (a) Diagram demonstrating an idealized carotid-subclavian bypass. (b) Head/neck CT angiogram of the patient showing 2 common carotids. (c) Expanded view of lower right segment demonstrating left carotid-left subclavian bypass. Figure 4a reprinted with permission from Therasse E et al., Stent- Graft Placement for the Treatment of Thoracic Aortic Diseases, RadioGraphics 2005;25:157-173.[4]

Figure 4: 3D CT angiogram of chest/neck vessels showing carotid-subclavian bypass (a) Diagram demonstrating an idealized carotid-subclavian bypass. (b) Head/neck CT angiogram of the patient showing 2 common carotids. (c) Expanded view of lower right segment demonstrating left carotid-left subclavian bypass. Figure 4a reprinted with permission from Therasse E <i>et al</i>., Stent- Graft Placement for the Treatment of Thoracic Aortic Diseases, RadioGraphics 2005;25:157-173.<sup>[4]</sup>