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Figure 2: Case no. 2. (a) Multidetector computed tomography angiography, maximum intensity projection (MIP) image, and anterior view of infragenicular arteries showing nonfilling of both popliteal arteries, and no vessels could be seen beyond the distal superficial arteries on both sides with total lack of any contrast filling in the infragenicular vessels on both sides. (b and c) Axial images at the level of the polpilteal (yellow arrows) and foot arteries (red arrows) confirm the findings. (d) Duplex of the right superficial femoral artery shows attenuated caliber of the whole course with monophasic waveform and dumped velocity. (e and f) MIP and axial images at the level of the common iliac arteries show a soft atheroma (orange arrow), which is near totally occluding the right common iliac artery just proximal to its bifurcation, and associated nonfilling of the right internal iliac artery.

Figure 2: Case no. 2. (a) Multidetector computed tomography angiography, maximum intensity projection (MIP) image, and anterior view of infragenicular arteries showing nonfilling of both popliteal arteries, and no vessels could be seen beyond the distal superficial arteries on both sides with total lack of any contrast filling in the infragenicular vessels on both sides. (b and c) Axial images at the level of the polpilteal (yellow arrows) and foot arteries (red arrows) confirm the findings. (d) Duplex of the right superficial femoral artery shows attenuated caliber of the whole course with monophasic waveform and dumped velocity. (e and f) MIP and axial images at the level of the common iliac arteries show a soft atheroma (orange arrow), which is near totally occluding the right common iliac artery just proximal to its bifurcation, and associated nonfilling of the right internal iliac artery.