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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Embryologically, the normal right subclavian artery originates from the right fourth branchial arch.
The right subclavian artery was originating directly from the left-sided AOA distal to the origin of LSCA and having retroesophageal course to come on the right side.
Coarct segment was crossed with 6F MPA catheter and Aortogram done with pigtail 6F which showed tight coarctation just distal to left Subclavian artery.
Stanford type A dissections involve the ascending aorta and type B dissections occur distal to the subclavian artery (4).
The subclavian artery, the other branch of the brachiocephalic trunk, was larger on the right side (7.
A subclavian artery injury was repaired as part of a hybrid procedure (combined endovascular and open), in which median sternotomy was avoided.
Dysphagia lusoria, coined in 1789 from the root for "natural abnormality," (5) is caused by an aberrant right subclavian artery, which persists because of abnormal involution of the right fourth aortic arch during embryogenesis (6) (Figure 1).
Later, once the old clinical record was made available, a suspected bilateral subclavian artery stenosis was found to be the confirmed cause of this differential.
An aberrant BA has been reported to originate from various arteries, such as aortic arch, brachiocephalic artery, subclavian artery, IMA, thyrocervical trunk, costocervical trunk, inferior phrenic artery, abdominal aorta, vertebral artery, or left gastric artery [6-8].
Coarctation of the aorta, virtually always a congenital malformation, is characterized by localized aortic narrowing usually in the aortic arch opposite the ductus arteriosus and just distal to the left subclavian artery.
The most common localizations of thrombosis include just above the aortic valve, ascending aorta, arcus aorta and left subclavian artery.
A case of Brucella endocarditis in association with subclavian artery thrombosis.