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Figure 1: Three-dimensional surface-shaded computerized tomography reconstruction of the aorta reveals a common origin of the right and left common carotid arteries from the aortic arch (black arrow) in (a). Note the aneurysmal dilatation of an aberrant right subclavian artery (white arrowhead) from the proximal descending aorta in the antero-posterior projection in (a), right anterior oblique in (b) and posterior (c) projections. There is also aneurysmal dilation of the left subclavian artery (white arrow)

Figure 1: Three-dimensional surface-shaded computerized tomography reconstruction of the aorta reveals a common origin of the right and left common carotid arteries from the aortic arch (black arrow) in (a). Note the aneurysmal dilatation of an aberrant right subclavian artery (white arrowhead) from the proximal descending aorta in the antero-posterior projection in (a), right anterior oblique in (b) and posterior (c) projections. There is also aneurysmal dilation of the left subclavian artery (white arrow)