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Atherosclerotic Dolichoectasia - wikiRadiography Atherosclerotic dolichoectasia is defined as fusiform dilation and elongation of an artery secondary to atherosclerotic disease. Seen in the cervical carotids and vertebral arteries, this entity poses significant management challenges.

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