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Monney et al., "Coronary subclavian steal syndrome and acute anterior myocardial infarction: a new treatment dilemma in the era of primary percutaneous coronary intervention," Circulation, vol.
Singh, "Coronary subclavian steal syndrome," Current Opinion in Cardiology, vol.
The findings were conclusive of subclavian steal syndrome secondary to occlusion of proximal left subclavian artery due to atherosclerosis.
Coronary subclavian steal syndrome is a rare complication of cardiac surgery.
Carotico-subclavian bypass grafting was planned with diagnosis of coronary subclavian steal syndrome. Carotid arteries was evaluated as normal in coloured Doppler ultrasonography.
the true story of the subclavian steal syndrome. Journal of cardiovascular surgery 1973; 14: 408-17.
The subclavian steal syndrome is due to a proximal estenosis of the subclavian artery that leads to a retrograde flow in the ipsilateral vertebral artery that acts as a collateral.
Another important clinical entity described to be related with subclavian artery is the "subclavian steal syndrome".
INTRODUCTION: The subclavian steal syndrome (SSS) refers to a vascular disorder in which there is occlusion or stenosis of the subclavian artery proximal to the vertebral artery origin (which is the subclavian artery) leads to altered vascular haemodynamics resulting in retrograde blood flow in the ipsilateral vertebral artery toward the upper arm, distal to the subclavian artery narrowing, where decreased blood pressure had been established.