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From: A teenager with uncontrolled hypertension: a case report

Figure 2

A: Arch Aortogram. Hugely dilated (70 mm) arch of aorta which became abruptly normal (35 mm) just after origin of left subclavian artery. Right bracheocephalic artery had ostio-proximal stenosis with marked post stenotic dilatation (white arrow). B: Arch Aortogram. Ostio-proximal stenosis of left common carotid and left subclavian artery with post stenotic dilatation (white arrow). C: Abdominal Aortogram critical stenosis of abdominal aorta (8.9 mm) above the origin of renal arteries (white arrow).

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