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innominate

[i¦näm·ə·nət]
(anatomy)
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Posterior dislocation of the sternoclavicular joint with obstruction of the innominate vein: Case report.
Catastrophic hemorrhage from innominate artery resulting in the mortality occurred in two cases.
Single-stage open reduction, Salter innominate osteotomy, and proximal femoral osteotomy for the developmental dysplasia of the hip in children between the ages of 2 and 4 years.
B: Coronal CT of the cyst demonstrates its cervical and mediastinal components with splaying of the innominate veins.
Caption: Figure 6: Anatomy of the common aortic arch branching patterns of the innominate, left carotid, and left subclavian arteries [26].
As a preparation for the resection of the substernal goiter, the major blood vessels, including the innominate vein, brachiocephalic trunk, superior vena cava, and left subclavian artery, were carefully separated from the substernal goiter, and then thyroidectomy was performed (Figure 3).
We present two case reports of central venous stenosis, one of right subclavian vein and the other left innominate vein.
It also revealed right coronary to be the dominant coronary artery, common origin of left common carotid and right innominate artery and ascending aortic aneurysm extending until the left subclavian artery.
An early monograph from the Mayo Clinic divided vascular rings into 7 types, but over 95% of cases can be classified in 4 main categories: double aortic arch, right arch/left ligament, innominate artery compression, and pulmonary artery sling.
The tumor origin was 6 cm caudal to the true vocal folds, at the level of the innominate artery.