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Figure 16 (A-C): A 15-year-old boy presented with swelling in the left side of the neck with history of injury 3years back. (A) Left carotid angiogram shows fistulous communication (arrow) between ECA and internal jugular vein. Note the poor opacification of rest of ECA (B) Lateral radiograph of neck shows a detachable balloon (arrow) deployed at the site of fistula. (C) Postembolization carotid angiogram shows complete absence of fistula and well opacified ECA branches Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai

Figure 16 (A-C): A 15-year-old boy presented with swelling in the left side of the neck with history of injury 3years back. (A) Left carotid angiogram shows fistulous communication (arrow) between ECA and internal jugular vein. Note the poor opacification of rest of ECA (B) Lateral radiograph of neck shows a detachable balloon (arrow) deployed at the site of fistula. (C) Postembolization carotid angiogram shows complete absence of fistula and well opacified ECA branches Courtesy: Dr Uday Limaye, INR Division, KEMH, Mumbai