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Fig. 2

From: Carotid-cavernous fistula(CCF) presenting as paroxysmal painful ophthalmoplegia

Fig. 2

Enhanced T1-weighted (a) and T2-weighted (b,c) MRI showing normal cavernous sinuses. Early opacification of the bilateral cavernous sinuses: anteroposterior views of the right ICA (a) and ECA (b) and the left ICA (c) and ECA (d); lateral views of the right ICA (e) and ECA (f) and the left ICA (g) and ECA (h). Anteroposterior (i) and lateral (j) views showing the position of Onyx in the left cavernous sinus, the inferior petrosal sinus and the intercavernous sinus. Anteroposterior (k) and lateral (l) views of the left carotid confirmed complete occlusion of the CCF

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