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Figure 2: (a) Digital subtraction angiography (anterior view) illustrates a trilobar anterior communicating artery aneurysm which was considered a flow-associated aneurysm with a concomitant arteriovenous malformation in the right frontal lobe, (b) digital subtraction angiography (anterior view), (c) digital subtraction angiography (lateral view) shows the thrombotic occlusion of the proximal segment of the A2 artery that has been noted postoperatively (white arrow), (d) digital subtraction angiography (anterior view) shows the microcatheter being navigated over the microwire that seems to penetrate the thrombus into A2 segment (white arrow), (e) complete revascularization of the distal anterior cerebral artery was confirmed on the final angiography (white arrow), and (f) venous phase of the left internal carotid artery illustrates an ischemic area in the left frontal lobe (white star)

Figure 2: (a) Digital subtraction angiography (anterior view) illustrates a trilobar anterior communicating artery aneurysm which was considered a flow-associated aneurysm with a concomitant arteriovenous malformation in the right frontal lobe, (b) digital subtraction angiography (anterior view), (c) digital subtraction angiography (lateral view) shows the thrombotic occlusion of the proximal segment of the A2 artery that has been noted postoperatively (white arrow), (d) digital subtraction angiography (anterior view) shows the microcatheter being navigated over the microwire that seems to penetrate the thrombus into A2 segment (white arrow), (e) complete revascularization of the distal anterior cerebral artery was confirmed on the final angiography (white arrow), and (f) venous phase of the left internal carotid artery illustrates an ischemic area in the left frontal lobe (white star)