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Figure 1: On the left, magnetic resonance angiography of a patient with Takayasu arteritis showing steno-occlusive disease involving the brachiocephalic trunk, the left common carotid artery, and both subclavian arteries. On the right, Angiogram of the left subclavian artery in a patient with Takayasu arteritis and a difference between arms in systolic pressure of over 20 mmHg

Figure 1: On the left, magnetic resonance angiography of a patient with Takayasu arteritis showing steno-occlusive disease involving the brachiocephalic trunk, the left common carotid artery, and both subclavian arteries. On the right, Angiogram of the left subclavian artery in a patient with Takayasu arteritis and a difference between arms in systolic pressure of over 20 mmHg