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Critical Left internal carotid artery stenosis (Angiographic string sign)

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Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Critical Left internal carotid artery stenosis (Angiographic string sign)

History: 59 year old male with ischemic retinopathy on ophthalmologic examination. Prior duplex ultrasonography of the carotids demonstrated bilateral ICA stenoses estimated at 50-75% by velocity.

Findings: Selected AP and Lateral views from left carotid angiography demonstrates severe attenuation of the left ICA estimated at >95%, approximately 1.5-2 cm in length and at the C3 level. The right internal carotid (not shown) was found to have only an estimated 30% stenosis.

No MeSH data available.


Angiographic string sign of left internal carotid artery.
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Critical Left internal carotid artery stenosis (Angiographic string sign)

Seay TMS - MedPix

Angiographic string sign of left internal carotid artery.
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MPX1823_synpic17633: Angiographic string sign of left internal carotid artery.

View Article: MedPix Image - MedPix Case

Affiliation: Wilford Hall USAF Medical Center

ABSTRACT

Diagnosis: Critical Left internal carotid artery stenosis (Angiographic string sign)

History: 59 year old male with ischemic retinopathy on ophthalmologic examination. Prior duplex ultrasonography of the carotids demonstrated bilateral ICA stenoses estimated at 50-75% by velocity.

Findings: Selected AP and Lateral views from left carotid angiography demonstrates severe attenuation of the left ICA estimated at >95%, approximately 1.5-2 cm in length and at the C3 level. The right internal carotid (not shown) was found to have only an estimated 30% stenosis.

No MeSH data available.