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Left Internal Carotid Artery Occlusion

History: 70 year old male with acute onset right hemiparesis and slurred speech.¬† On this CT angiogram of the neck, the left internal carotid artery appears completely occluded, however, technically complete arterial occlusion can only be diagnosed on conventional catheter angiogram by ruling out a possible “string sign.” ¬†This patient went on to have a … Continue reading