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Figure 2: Intravascular ultrasound appearance of intramural hematomas. Panel A double-headed arrow-the longitudinal extent of the intramural hematoma along with cross-section images at four levels from proximal to distal (i, ii, iii, and iv) A-ii (*)-intramural hematoma, A-iii to iv (arrow)-extramural extent. Panel B *-intramural hematoma. Panel C arrow-shows the angiographic “neo-stenosis” observedjust distal the stent-edge after its deployment. Panel D *-echogenic crescent-shaped blood collection, arrow-external elastic membrane

Figure 2: Intravascular ultrasound appearance of intramural hematomas. Panel A double-headed arrow-the longitudinal extent of the intramural hematoma along with cross-section images at four levels from proximal to distal (i, ii, iii, and iv) A-ii (*)-intramural hematoma, A-iii to iv (arrow)-extramural extent. Panel B *-intramural hematoma. Panel C arrow-shows the angiographic “neo-stenosis” observedjust distal the stent-edge after its deployment. Panel D *-echogenic crescent-shaped blood collection, arrow-external elastic membrane