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Figure 2 (A-D): (A) B mode ultrasound shows thickened and hypoechoic synovium (paired arrows). Extrinsic erosions (black arrow) are seen in the humeral head with moderate joint effusion. (B) The pseudoaneurysm in the Inferior axillary region shows bidirectional flow (arrow) on color Doppler study. (C-D) CT angiography shows pseudoaneurysm (arrow) communicating with axillary artery. The thrombosed portion of aneurysm(interrupted arrow) is appearing as hyperdense soft tissue lesion around the contrast-filled patent aneurysmal sac (arrow)

Figure 2 (A-D): (A) B mode ultrasound shows thickened and hypoechoic synovium (paired arrows). Extrinsic erosions (black arrow) are seen in the humeral head with moderate joint effusion. (B) The pseudoaneurysm in the Inferior axillary region shows bidirectional flow (arrow) on color Doppler study. (C-D) CT angiography shows pseudoaneurysm (arrow) communicating with axillary artery. The thrombosed portion of aneurysm(interrupted arrow) is appearing as hyperdense soft tissue lesion around the contrast-filled patent aneurysmal sac (arrow)