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Figure 3 (A and B): (A) The anterior projection at the level of the hand reconstitution of the radial artery distal to occlusion (red arrow and short white arrows). Deep palmar arch (arrowheads) through the ulnar artery (long arrow on the right side) that explains the reason for normal Allen test in this patient; (B) Unenhanced computed tomography shows diffuse and dystrophic calcification of bilateral radial and ulnar arteries (arrows). Computed tomographic angiography shows patency of proximal ulnar and radial arteries, diffusely calcified segments cannot be evaluated

Figure 3 (A and B): (A) The anterior projection at the level of the hand reconstitution of the radial artery distal to occlusion (red arrow and short white arrows). Deep palmar arch (arrowheads) through the ulnar artery (long arrow on the right side) that explains the reason for normal Allen test in this patient; (B) Unenhanced computed tomography shows diffuse and dystrophic calcification of bilateral radial and ulnar arteries (arrows). Computed tomographic angiography shows patency of proximal ulnar and radial arteries, diffusely calcified segments cannot be evaluated