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Figure 3: Case no. 3. (a) Multidetector computed tomography, maximum intensity projection (MIP) image, left anterior oblique of the whole lower limb arteries. (b and c) Anterior and oblique view of infragenicular arteries showing occluded left popliteal artery (white circle), bilateral occluded anterior tibial arteries (red arrows), bilateral occluded posterior tibial arteries except for tiny, short, faint, skipped stenotic segments. (d) MIP image and magnified infragenicular view showing the left posterior tibial artery (yellow arrow) filled with good collateral from the left superficial femoral artery (orange arrow).

Figure 3: Case no. 3. (a) Multidetector computed tomography, maximum intensity projection (MIP) image, left anterior oblique of the whole lower limb arteries. (b and c) Anterior and oblique view of infragenicular arteries showing occluded left popliteal artery (white circle), bilateral occluded anterior tibial arteries (red arrows), bilateral occluded posterior tibial arteries except for tiny, short, faint, skipped stenotic segments. (d) MIP image and magnified infragenicular view showing the left posterior tibial artery (yellow arrow) filled with good collateral from the left superficial femoral artery (orange arrow).