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Figure 15 (A-D): A middle-aged man presented with progressive neck swelling after attempted biopsy. (A) Axial, (B) Sagittal CT angiography images show two partially thrombosed pseudoaneurysm (Arrow) arising from the right carotid artery. (C, D) DSA image shows the pseudoaneurysms (arrow) with no opacification of the ICA and faint distal run-off of ECA branches (arrowhead). Contralateral carotid angiogram revealed good intracranial cross circulation. (E, F) The pseudo aneurysms were treated by coiling (dotted arrow) and occluding ECA as well as CCA. No neurological deficit seen postprocedure

Figure 15 (A-D): A middle-aged man presented with progressive neck swelling after attempted biopsy. (A) Axial, (B) Sagittal CT angiography images show two partially thrombosed pseudoaneurysm (Arrow) arising from the right carotid artery. (C, D) DSA image shows the pseudoaneurysms (arrow) with no opacification of the ICA and faint distal run-off of ECA branches (arrowhead). Contralateral carotid angiogram revealed good intracranial cross circulation. (E, F) The pseudo aneurysms were treated by coiling (dotted arrow) and occluding ECA as well as CCA. No neurological deficit seen postprocedure