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Figure 1: (a) Lateral radiograph showing the coil mass with a part of the coil wire herniation out from the fundus of the mass. (b) Antero–posterior radiograph showing the coil extruding into the nasopharynx. (c) Lateral oblique run of angiogram showing the recurrent pseudoaneurysm with the coil mass pushed to the fundus of the aneurysmal sac. (d) Antero–posterior run of the angiogram showing the residual/recurrent neck of the pseudoaneurysm. (e) Lateral run of the angiogram showing filling of the pseudoaneurysm. (f) Post-procedure fluoroscopic images showing the deployed flow diverting device. (g) Antero–posterior angiographic run showing a decrease in flow in the pseudoaneurysm. (h) Lateral angiographic run showing no flow in the pseudoaneurysm. (i) Post-operative lateral radiographic showing removal of the extruded coil wire. (j) Post-operative antero–posterior radiograph showing removal of the extruded coil wire

Figure 1: (a) Lateral radiograph showing the coil mass with a part of the coil wire herniation out from the fundus of the mass. (b) Antero–posterior radiograph showing the coil extruding into the nasopharynx. (c) Lateral oblique run of angiogram showing the recurrent pseudoaneurysm with the coil mass pushed to the fundus of the aneurysmal sac. (d) Antero–posterior run of the angiogram showing the residual/recurrent neck of the pseudoaneurysm. (e) Lateral run of the angiogram showing filling of the pseudoaneurysm. (f) Post-procedure fluoroscopic images showing the deployed flow diverting device. (g) Antero–posterior angiographic run showing a decrease in flow in the pseudoaneurysm. (h) Lateral angiographic run showing no flow in the pseudoaneurysm. (i) Post-operative lateral radiographic showing removal of the extruded coil wire. (j) Post-operative antero–posterior radiograph showing removal of the extruded coil wire