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Figure 2: Fifty-five-year-old male left-sided transient ischemic attacks and right-sided paresthesias with magnetic resonance diffusion weighted showing acute infarcts in the bilateral middle cerebral artery territories (a). Angiogram of the right common carotid artery showing significant stenosis of the right internal carotid artery (b) and poor antegrade flow. Poststenting angiogram (c) showing good flow across the lesion. Left common carotid artery angiogram (d) showing high-grade stenosis of internal carotid artery origin with stent placed across (e) the lesion showing good flow into the cerebral circulation

Figure 2: Fifty-five-year-old male left-sided transient ischemic attacks and right-sided paresthesias with magnetic resonance diffusion weighted showing acute infarcts in the bilateral middle cerebral artery territories (a). Angiogram of the right common carotid artery showing significant stenosis of the right internal carotid artery (b) and poor antegrade flow. Poststenting angiogram (c) showing good flow across the lesion. Left common carotid artery angiogram (d) showing high-grade stenosis of internal carotid artery origin with stent placed across (e) the lesion showing good flow into the cerebral circulation