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Figure 1: MIP reconstruction of a TOF MR angiography of the right cervical arteries. Duplication of the right common carotid artery (left arrow) and the ipsilateral vertebral artery (right arrow). Both arteries have two origins from the corresponding subclavian artery. The duplicated vessels join together to one normal main trunk

Figure 1: MIP  reconstruction of a TOF  MR  angiography of the right cervical arteries. Duplication of the right common carotid artery (left arrow) and the ipsilateral vertebral artery (right arrow). Both arteries have two origins from the corresponding subclavian artery. The duplicated vessels join together to one normal main trunk