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Figure 1: Sixty year-old man with recurrent right-sided transient ischemic attacks. Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing focus of restricted diffusion in the left middle cerebral artery territory (arrow in a). Angiogram showing 85% narrowing of left internal carotid artery (b) with decreased antegrade cerebral circulation, and Wall stent placed across the lesion with good flow across into the cerebral circulation (c). Angiogram of the right common carotid artery showing critical stenosis (d) of the right internal carotid artery with reduced antegrade flow. Stent placed across the lesion with good postprocedure angiogram showing good flow across the lesion (arrow in e)

Figure 1: Sixty year-old man with recurrent right-sided transient ischemic attacks. Diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging showing focus of restricted diffusion in the left middle cerebral artery territory (arrow in a). Angiogram showing 85% narrowing of left internal carotid artery (b) with decreased antegrade cerebral circulation, and Wall stent placed across the lesion with good flow across into the cerebral circulation (c). Angiogram of the right common carotid artery showing critical stenosis (d) of the right internal carotid artery with reduced antegrade flow. Stent placed across the lesion with good postprocedure angiogram showing good flow across the lesion (arrow in e)