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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.
To study the origin, course, and branching pattern of the subclavian artery and discuss its embryology and histological changes in any variation.
Based on our knowledge, our patient's tumor was surgically resected along with the adjacent muscle tissues while taking care to preserve the phrenic nerve, brachial plexus, and left subclavian artery.
He underwent CT Angiography to better delineate the anatomy and CT confirmed the diagnosis of severe coarctation just distal to origin of left Subclavian artery.
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.
To conclude, our patient with history of CVA and a bad obstetric history now presented to us with inability to use the right upper limb caused by thrombosis and occlusion of the right subclavian artery.
The common carotid arteries and the subclavian artery supply the head, the cervical and pectoral regions, and the wings.
common carotid artery injury (1) from the insertion of a central venous line; subclavian artery injury (1), also from the insertion of a central venous line and a subclavian artery injury (1) from internal fixation of the fractured clavicle.
Adson's test Narrowing of the space 79 76 between the scalenus anterior and medius, resulting in compression of the subclavian artery and the brachial plexus.
B has a right-sided aortic arch with an aberrant left subclavian artery at T4 that, with the ligamentum arteriosum and left pulmonary artery, form a vascular ring impinging around the esophagus.
4) We present a case of severe retroperitoneal haematoma with hypovolemic shock secondary to diagnostic intradural puncture, which posed a serious management challenge given the presence of bilateral subclavian artery stenosis.
The subclavian artery was patent; however there was a 4-5 cm area of total occlusion in the axillary artery (Figure 1).