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Figure 1: (a) CT Brain showed focal areas of hypodensities suggestive of acute infarcts seen in the left frontal cortex and left MCA-ACA and MCA- PCA watershed territories. Sagittal (b) and Axial (d) CT Angiography showing hypodensity suggestive of free-floating thrombus in the cervical internal carotid artery (ICA) with decreased anterograde signal intensity. (c) CT perfusion showed focal areas of matched perfusion deficit in the left frontal cortex and left MCA-ACA and MCA- PCA watershed territories

Figure 1: (a) CT Brain showed focal areas of hypodensities suggestive of acute infarcts seen in the left frontal cortex and left MCA-ACA and MCA- PCA watershed territories. Sagittal (b) and Axial (d) CT Angiography showing hypodensity suggestive of free-floating thrombus in the cervical internal carotid artery (ICA) with decreased anterograde signal intensity. (c) CT perfusion showed focal areas of matched perfusion deficit in the left frontal cortex and left MCA-ACA and MCA- PCA watershed territories