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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The left aortic arch with aberrant right subclavian artery (LRSCA) is the most common congenital aortic arch anomaly, occurring in roughly 1 of every 200 people.
Simultaneous Occurrence of Three Anatomical Variations: Anomalous Right Subclavian Artery, NonRecurrent Inferior Laryngeal Nerve and Right Thoracic Duct.
The presence of an aberrant right subclavian artery (ARSA) is the most common aortic arch anomaly, present in 0.2-2.5% of the population [4,5].
A Kommerell diverticulum can be present in different anomalies of the aortic arch; either in a right aortic arch with an aberrant left subclavian artery or a left aortic arch with an aberrant right subclavian artery. There is also an extremely rare left aortic arch with a right descending aorta and a right ductus arteriosus where a Kommerell's diverticulum has been described.
The aberrant right subclavian artery (arteria lusoria): The morphological and clinical aspects of one of the most important variations--A systematic study of 141 reports.
Here we report a case of initially misdiagnosed acute aortic dissection in which a dissection flap occluded the ostium of the right coronary artery and right subclavian artery. Written informed consent was obtained from patient.
In such cases, left common carotid artery is seen as the first branch of the arch followed by right common carotid artery and right subclavian artery, respectively.
Intrathoracic aneurysm of the right subclavian artery presenting with hoarseness: a case report.
(9), the right subclavian artery which is localized higher compared to the left one compresses the developing clavicula and leads to this condition.
The most common embryologic abnormality of the aortic arch is aberrant right subclavian artery (ARSA), known clinically as arteria lusoria (AL) [1].
The differential diagnosis included an aberrant right subclavian artery, and a double aortic arch was suspected.