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Figure 2: (a) Selective left, common carotid angiography through the guiding catheter confirms the saccular (pseudo) aneurysm (arrows). (b) Expansion of the expanded-polytetrafluoroethylene-covered stent (arrows) in the proximal, left common carotid artery. (c) Flush aortography through pigtail catheter in the aortic arch demonstrates a fully patent-covered stent (arrows) completely excluding the (pseudo) aneurysm

Figure 2: (a) Selective left, common carotid angiography through the guiding catheter confirms the saccular (pseudo) aneurysm (arrows). (b) Expansion of the expanded-polytetrafluoroethylene-covered stent (arrows) in the proximal, left common carotid artery. (c) Flush aortography through pigtail catheter in the aortic arch demonstrates a fully patent-covered stent (arrows) completely excluding the (pseudo) aneurysm