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Figure 10: The schematic diagrams showing (a) A left fronto-temporal craniotomy was performed. The retraction of the frontal lobe revealed the surface of ICA being irregular, reddish and thin-walled due to the arterial dissection and the fusiform aneurysmal dilatation present. (b) A clip was applied across the broad neck of the fusiform aneurysm. (c) The abnormally looking proximal and distal internal carotid artery segments were wrapped with muscle and surgicel, and fibrin glue was applied over them, in order to reinforce this part of the arterial wall

Figure 10: The schematic diagrams showing (a) A left fronto-temporal craniotomy was performed. The retraction of the frontal lobe revealed the surface of ICA being irregular, reddish and thin-walled due to the arterial dissection and the fusiform aneurysmal dilatation present. (b) A clip was applied across the broad neck of the fusiform aneurysm. (c) The abnormally looking proximal and distal internal carotid artery segments were wrapped with muscle and surgicel, and fibrin glue was applied over them, in order to reinforce this part of the arterial wall