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Innominate occlusion with filling of right subclavian and right common carotid arteries in subclavian steal syndrome (1)

Right transradial angiogram in a 72-year-old woman demonstrates innominate occlusion with filling of the right subclavian (black arrow) and the right common carotid (white arrow) arteries. (Source: George JM, Cooke PV, Ilonzo N, Tadros RO, Grossi RJ. Management of innominate artery occlusion with severe left common carotid artery stenosis. Cureus 2021;13[11]:e19592. Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International [CC BY 4.0] License,