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Figure 1: Thrombus seen in the left internal jugular vein on ultrasonography, inage (a) A hypointense mass on T1 weighted MRI scan (b) appears as a multilobulated left supraclvicular cystic lesions with extension into the left carotid space displacing the left common carotid artery. The same lesion (c) Seen as hyperintense on transverse section (T2 weighted)

Figure 1: Thrombus seen in the left internal jugular vein on ultrasonography, inage (a) A hypointense mass on T1 weighted MRI scan (b) appears as a multilobulated left supraclvicular cystic lesions with extension into the left carotid space displacing the left common carotid artery. The same lesion (c) Seen as hyperintense on transverse section (T2 weighted)