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Figure 4 (A and B): (A) Computed tomographic angiography shows an anterior projection of diffuse calcific disease of the radial and the ulnar artery. The calcification of the branches from the radial and the ulnar arteries has been shown (red and white arrow). The radial arteries of the bilateral arms are patent but diffusely calcific; (B) Anterior projection of computed tomography shows high bifurcation of radial artery above the elbow joint. There is no bifurcation

Figure 4 (A and B): (A) Computed tomographic angiography shows an anterior projection of diffuse calcific disease of the radial and the ulnar artery. The calcification of the branches from the radial and the ulnar arteries has been shown (red and white arrow). The radial arteries of the bilateral arms are patent but diffusely calcific; (B) Anterior projection of computed tomography shows high bifurcation of radial artery above the elbow joint. There is no bifurcation