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Figure 2: (a) Case 2. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography showed that circulation of the left forearm had ceased due to occlusion of the brachial artery (arrow). (b) The picture shows the patient undergoing limb shunt. The circulation was supplied from dorsalis pedis artery to the forearm through the limb shunt. (c) Schematic illustration shows the circulation to the forearm from dorsalis pedis artery through the limb shunt. (d) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography 7 days after surgery revealed favorable popliteal arterial flow and lower leg circulation

Figure 2: (a) Case 2. Contrast-enhanced computed tomography showed that circulation of the left forearm had ceased due to occlusion of the brachial artery (arrow). (b) The picture shows the patient undergoing limb shunt. The circulation was supplied from dorsalis pedis artery to the forearm through the limb shunt. (c) Schematic illustration shows the circulation to the forearm from dorsalis pedis artery through the limb shunt. (d) Contrast-enhanced computed tomography 7 days after surgery revealed favorable popliteal arterial flow and lower leg circulation