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Figure 2: Coronal, sagittal, and transaxial contrast-enhanced computed tomography and fused images (a-f) showing filling defect with low-grade fluorodeoxyglucose uptake (maximum standardized uptake value 1.1) in brachiocephalic, left internal jugular, left subclavian, and left axillary veins (arrowhead) in venous phase, suggestive of thrombosis. Sagittal brain positron emission tomography images revealing decreased metabolic activity in the left cerebral parenchyma compared to the right side (g and h)

Figure 2: Coronal, sagittal, and transaxial contrast-enhanced computed tomography and fused images (a-f) showing filling defect with low-grade fluorodeoxyglucose uptake (maximum standardized uptake value 1.1) in brachiocephalic, left internal jugular, left subclavian, and left axillary veins (arrowhead) in venous phase, suggestive of thrombosis. Sagittal brain positron emission tomography images revealing decreased metabolic activity in the left cerebral parenchyma compared to the right side (g and h)