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Figure 1 (A, B): Dissecting celiac artery aneurysm. (A) CT oblique coronal MIP image shows celiac aneurysm (large white arrow) with true lumen (small white arrow) and thrombosed false lumen (arrow head) occluding the proximal splenic, hepatic arteries. (B) Sagittal CT MIP image shows celiac aneurysm (black arrow) with compromised true lumen (small white arrow) and thrombosed false lumen (large white arrow). The left gastric origin (arrow head) is appreciated proximal to the aneurysm

Figure 1 (A, B): Dissecting celiac artery aneurysm. (A) CT oblique coronal MIP image shows celiac aneurysm (large white arrow) with true lumen (small white arrow) and thrombosed false lumen (arrow head) occluding the proximal splenic, hepatic arteries. (B) Sagittal CT MIP image shows celiac aneurysm (black arrow) with compromised true lumen (small white arrow) and thrombosed false lumen (large white arrow). The left gastric origin (arrow head) is appreciated proximal to the aneurysm