subclavian artery is located behind the esophagus (80%), the patient may present with dysphagia to solids or liquids.
right subclavian artery (arteria lusoria): The morphological and clinical aspects of one of the most important variations--A systematic study of 141 reports.
The reported prevalence of aberrant
BAs ranged from 8.
Surgery for aortic dissection involving an aberrant
right subclavian artery.
The COMM--originally designed to detect recent aberrant
drug-related behaviors in pain center patients--was validated by a cross-sectional study involving 238 primary care patients who had been prescribed an opioid within the previous (1) (2) months.
These can be called as apical aberrant
/ extra-hilar branches.
Figure 1e: DSA images in arterial and venous phases confirm the origin of the aberrant
artery, in addition to the normal pulmonary arterial supply, to the left lower lobe from the lower descending thoracic aorta and venous drainage into the left atrium via inferior pulmonary vein.
bile ducts are a common cause of bile duct injury.
In addition, the aberrant
chord was tethering the A2 segment to the atrial septum, which severely restricted its movement and resulted in an even more severe mitral regurgitation.
learning achievements: The Learning Caution Indexes, based on person-fit statistics, can effectively detect aberrant
learning patterns in a statistically way.
When interleukin-3 binds to CD123 on an aberrant
cell, the linkup tilts the cell's path toward proliferation, ultimately causing acute myeloid leukemia.
Moreover, the data shows a high percentage of subjects that abuse opioids or other substances also engage in specific aberrant
drug behaviors, such as sedating oneself, using opioids for nonpain reasons, increasing doses without authorization, and having felt intoxicated when using opioids.