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An unusual origin of the right subclavian artery – arteria lusoria

, 2013. 5. Derbel B. et al.: Aberrant right subclavian artery or arteria lusoria: a rare cause of dyspnea in children. Ann. Vasc. Surg., 26, 1-4, 2012. 6. Dziekiewicz M. et al.: Variations in the anatomy of the branches of an aortic arch-two cases. Acta Angiol., 12, 80-84, 2006. 7. Ergun E. et al.: Anatomicalvariations in branching pattern of arcus aorta: 64-slice CTA appearance. Surg. Radiol. Anat., 35, 503-509, 2013. 8. Głowacki J. et al.: Technika obrazowania. Współistnienie koarktacji aorty z

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Morphological characteristics of the aortic arch organization

-9). Munchen: J.F. Bergman Verlag. 8. Avisse C., Marcus C., Delattre J.F., Cailleiez- Tomasi J.P. & Ladan-Marcus V. (1998). Right non-recurrent inferior laryngeal nerve and arteria lusoria: the diagnostic and therapeutic implications of an anatomic anomaly. Review of 17 cases. Surg.Radiol.Anat . 20, 227-232. 9. Gluncic V. & Marusic A. (2000). Association of truncus bicaroticus, common trunk of the left subclavian and vertebral arteries, and retroesophageal right subclavian artery. Ann. Anat . 182, 281-283. 10. Zamir M

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