subclavian artery


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subclavian artery

[′səb¦klā·vē·ən ′ärd·ə·rē]
(anatomy)
The proximal part of the principal artery in the arm or forelimb.
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In our patient, it is probable that the right subclavian artery was superiorly displaced into the surgical field by a combination of the cervical rib and the neck extension.
2 mg/dl; (2009) (4) of the common carotid ESR: 125 mm/hr arteries with discrete luminal narrowing of the right common carotid artery and thickening of the right subclavian artery, homogeneous concentric thickening of the main pulmonary artery and of the entire ascending and descending aortic wall CRP--C-reactive protein, ESR--erythrocyte sedimentation rate, MR--magnetic resonance
What determines the symptoms associated with subclavian artery occlusive disease?
A tubular soft tissue density encased the proximal right subclavian artery that extended along the course of the right vertebral artery with an attenuation of 30 to 60 Hounsfield unit (HU), consistent with a hematoma (Figure 1).
The two most common aortic arch anomalies that cause airway compression are (1) a double aortic arch and (2) a right aortic arch with an aberrant left subclavian artery and left ligamentum arteriosum.
The micro-pump is minimally invasively connected to the Left Atrium and the Subclavian Artery, and can pump up to 3 liters of blood flow per minute.
Examples of mediastinal vascular anomalies include left aortic arch, cervical aortic arch, right aortic arch with aberrant left subclavian artery, right arch with mirror-image branching, double aortic arch, aortic coarctation, persistent left superior vena cava, a double superior vena cava, retroaortic innominate vein, circumaortic innominate veins, interruption of the inferior vena cava with azygos and hemiazygos continuation, pulmonary artery sling, congenital absence of the left pulmonary artery, pulmonary valvular stenosis, patent ductus arteriosus, pulmonary varix, and partial anomalous pulmonary venous return.
A 28 x 7-cm endoluminal Excluder endoprosthesis was placed with the proximal end at the level of the take-off of the left subclavian artery.
On aortography, coarctation of the aorta and severe obstruction distal to the subclavian artery were detected (Fig.