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Figure 12 (A-C): A 54-year-old male patient with history of radiotherapy to metastatic neck nodes presented with recurrent bouts of hematemesis. (A) CT angiogram sagittal reformatted image shows an irregular pseudoaneurysm (arrow head) at the carotid bifurcation with non visualization of ECA origin. Note the branches of ECA (arrow) filled by collateral circulation. (B) DSA of left CCA confirms pseudoaneurysm in the region of carotid bulb (arrow). (C) Angiogram after stent-graft placement shows complete exclusion of pseudoaneurysm from the circulation and maintained distal flow in ICA

Figure 12 (A-C): A 54-year-old male patient with history of radiotherapy to metastatic neck nodes presented with recurrent bouts of hematemesis. (A) CT angiogram sagittal reformatted image shows an irregular pseudoaneurysm (arrow head) at the carotid bifurcation with non visualization of ECA origin. Note the branches of ECA (arrow) filled by collateral circulation. (B) DSA of left CCA confirms pseudoaneurysm in the region of carotid bulb (arrow). (C) Angiogram after stent-graft placement shows complete exclusion of pseudoaneurysm from the circulation and maintained distal flow in ICA