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Figure 1: Axial magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating restricted diffusion (a) and low apparent diffusion coefficient (b) in right lateral ventricle. A craniocervical computed tomography angiogram shows bilateral narrow intraluminal filling defects along the posterior wall of the internal carotid bulb, which are more prominent on the right side (c)

Figure 1: Axial magnetic resonance imaging demonstrating restricted diffusion (a) and low apparent diffusion coefficient (b) in right lateral ventricle. A craniocervical computed tomography angiogram shows bilateral narrow intraluminal filling defects along the posterior wall of the internal carotid bulb, which are more prominent on the right side (c)