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Figure 2: A 58-year-old COVID-positive man [Case 15] with right-sided hemiparesis. Axial HRCT thorax image (a) shows bilateral peripheral ground glass opacities typical of COVID-19 infection. Axial CT angiography images, caudal to cranial (b, c, d) show central filling defects in multiple vessels involving aortic arch (white arrow), left subclavian artery (arrow-head), left ECA (dashed arrow) and right ICA (rounded arrow). Follow-up imaging shows complete resolution of free-floating thrombi (e and f)

Figure 2: A 58-year-old COVID-positive man [Case 15] with right-sided hemiparesis. Axial HRCT thorax image (a) shows bilateral peripheral ground glass opacities typical of COVID-19 infection. Axial CT angiography images, caudal to cranial (b, c, d) show central filling defects in multiple vessels involving aortic arch (white arrow), left subclavian artery (arrow-head), left ECA (dashed arrow) and right ICA (rounded arrow). Follow-up imaging shows complete resolution of free-floating thrombi (e and f)