subclavian artery

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Synonyms for subclavian artery

either of two arteries that supply blood to the neck and arms

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5 Each of these three types is further subdivided as follows: Subtype 1, normal subclavian artery; subtype 2, aberrant subclavian artery and subtype 3, an isolated subclavian artery that arises from the ductus arteriosus.
CT angiogram was obtained (Figures 1 and 2), which demonstrated coarctation of the aorta and bypass graft between the left subclavian artery and the descending thoracic aorta.
Consequently, a chest computed tomography with contrast was ordered, revealing a partially thrombosed Kommerell diverticulum in the aberrant right subclavian artery (Fig.
Vertebral artery (VA) arises from the superolateral aspect of 1st part of the subclavian artery and takes a vertical posterior course to enter the foramina transversaria of 6th cervical vertebrae.
In specific reference to the subclavian vasculature, an important relationship to appreciate is that of the subclavian vein and subclavian artery.
At the same time, among the 19 patients who failed in the radial approach and were shifted to transfemoral approach because of tortuosity or calcification of the subclavian artery, 14 were from right radial approach group and 5 in left radial approach group, which further confirmed the above mentioned viewpoints.
The tumor was completely resected after providing information to the patient with regard to injuries of the subclavian artery, phrenic nerve, or brachial plexus, and patient's informed consent form was obtained.
His 2D transthoracic echo showed marked left ventricular hypertrophy with good systolic function along with severe juxta-ductal coarctation of aorta very close to origin of left Subclavian artery with peak instantaneous gradient of 120 mmHg.
Key words: Aortic dissection, myocardial infarction, subclavian artery occlusion
This documented case of 90% thrombosis of the right subclavian artery and 50% occlusion of both common carotids in the presence of antiphospholipid antibodies fulfils the Sydney criteria for APS diagnosis, which require the presence of at least one of the clinical criteria (Vascular thrombosis and/or pregnancy morbidity) and at least one of the laboratory criteria (Detection of lupus anticoagulant, anticardiolipin or anti-beta-2-glycoprotein 1 antibodies).
Along its cranial course, the subclavian artery first gave off the sternoclavicular artery, and then the axillary artery, intercostal artery and finally internal and external thoracic arteries.
This pivotal study follows both an early feasibility study conducted in Zones 0-1 with the branch device in the brachiocephalic or left common carotid arteries and a feasibility study in Zone 2 with the branch device in the left subclavian artery.
Three branches originate from the aortic arch: the brachiocephalic trunk, the left common carotid artery, and the left subclavian artery.
Injuries to the first part of the axillary artery were included because surgical exposure is often similar to that for the third part of the subclavian artery, and it can be difficult to distinguish between them anatomically.
The objective of this report is to review the association between an aberrant right subclavian artery (SCA) identified on preoperative imaging and an NRILN identified intraoperatively during thyroid and parathyroid surgery.