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resonance angiography and digital substraction angiography on quality of life in patients with peripheral arterial disease. Acta Radiol 2014; 55(3): 278-86.

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visible is a hyperdense material used in left ear tamponade (empty arrows). The patient was transferred to the neurointerventional suite and a standard right transfemoral vascular access was established. Digital substraction angiography (DSA) showed a laceration of the left ECA with an ensuing 3 × 4 cm pseudoaneurysm continuing into the proximal part of the left IMA ( Figure 3A) . DSA also showed a right SPA laceration with two small accompanying pseudoaneurysms ( Figure 4A) . The two culprit arteries were then superselectively catheterized and embolized. ECA