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Figure 1 (A, B): Axial (A) and coronal reformatted reconstruction (B) from a CCTA examination reveals contrast opacification of the right subclavian (thick arrow) and common carotid arteries (arrow head), with streaks of contrast in the arch of aorta (thin arrow). The right cardiac chambers are also faintly opacified. Note is made of calcification in the left main coronary artery

Figure 1 (A, B): Axial (A) and coronal reformatted reconstruction (B) from a CCTA examination reveals contrast opacification of the right subclavian (thick arrow) and common carotid arteries (arrow head), with streaks of contrast in the arch of aorta (thin arrow). The right cardiac chambers are also faintly opacified. Note is made of calcification in the left main coronary artery