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Transposition of Subclavian Artery – Is It the Appropriate Choice?

References 1. Fields WS, Lemak NA (1972) Joint study of extracranial arterial occlusion. Subclavian steal: a review of 168 cases. JAMA 222:1139-1143 2. Bates MC, Broce M, Lavigne PS, Stone P (2004) Subclavian artery stenting: factors influencing long-term outcome. Catheter Cardiovasc Interv 61:5-11 3. Motarjeme A, Keifer JW, Zuska AJ, Nabawi P (1985) Percutaneous transluminal angioplasty for treatment for subclavian steal. Radiology 155:611-613 4. Sullivan TM, Gray BH, Bacharach JM, Perl J 2nd

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Aberrant right subclavian artery - a marker for chromosomal abnormalities?

References 1. Chaoui, R., Thiel, G., Heling, K.S. (2005). Prevalence of an aberrant right subclavian artery (ARSA) in normal fetuses: a new soft marker for trisomy 21 risk assessment. Ultrasound Obstet Gynecol. 26, 356. 2. Abuhamad, A. & Chaoui R. (2010). A practical Guide to Fetal Echocardiography; normal and abnormal heart . Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, a Wolters Kluwer business, 298-324. 3. 3. Strauss, I. (1953). Congenital cardiac anomalies with mongolism. Trans Am Coll Cardiol. 3, 214

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Anatomical Arrangement of the Subclavian Artery Branches in the Rabbit and European Hare

clamping left subclavian artery and bicarotid trunk in the rabbit. Am. J. Emerg. Med., 18, 31-35. 5. Mazensky, D., Danko, J., 2010: The importance of the origin of vertebral arteries in cerebral ischemia in rabbit. Anat. Sci. Int., 85, 102-104. 6. Nickel, R., Schummer, A., Seiferle, E., 1981: The Anatomy of the Domestic Mammals. The Circulatory System, the Skin, and the Cutaneous Organs of the Domestic Mammals. Verlag Paul Parey, Berlin, 72-77. 7. Popesko, P., Rajtova, V., Horak, J., 1990: Anatomic Atlas of Small Laboratory

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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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Anatomical Considerations of the Ostium of the Subclavian Artery

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The subclavian artery’s are two voluminous artery’s, left and right, which have their origin in a different way, the right one originating from the brahiocefalic trunk, and the left one directly from the aortic arch, at a distance that varies according to the origin of the left common carotid arteries.

Our study was made on computed tomography angiography, on which we have had the opportunity to examine the scans from Medimar Imagistic Center, in the County Clinical Hospital “Sf. Andrei” in Constanta, being carried out on a computer tomography GE LightSpeed 16 slice CT. Also, we had available angiography’s executed in the center for diagnosis Pozimed, being carried out on a computer tomography GE LightSpeed VCT64 Slice CT.

The variability of the findings in the anatomical parts of the subclavicular artery’s ostium, both as regards the size of the horizontal and vertical diameters, also their shape and as regards morfological relations with other branches of the aortic arch. The dimensions of the diameters vary according to sex, but it is a general rule that the dimensions are higher in male, the minimum and maximum values may be different in the two sexes.

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Epidemiology and pathogenesis of thoracic outlet syndrome

References 1. Baek J.H., Shin D.H., Kang C.K., Lee Y.B.: Distal subclavian artery occlusion causing multiple, cerebral infarcts consequence of retrograde flow of a thrombus? Cerebrovasc Endovasc Neurosurg., 15(3), 221, 2013. 2. Chang K.Z., Likes K., Davis K., Demos J., Freischlag J.A.: The significance of cervical ribs in thoracic outlet syndrome. J Vasc Surg., 57(3), 771, 2013. 3. Durham J.R., Yao J.S., Pearce W.H., Nuber G.M., McCarthy W.J.: 3rd. Arterial injuries in the thoracic outlet syndrome. J Vasc Surg

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Morphological characteristics of the aortic arch organization

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Aortic arch branches’ variations detected on chest CT

. Variations in aortic arch branch vessel anatomy as seen by aortography. Vasc Surg. 1993; 27:89-93. 10. Satyapal KS, Singaram S, Partab P, Kalideen JM, Robbs JV. Aortic arch branch variations-case report and arteriographic analysis. S Afr J Surg. 2003; 41:48-50. 11. Wangermez J, Bonjean P. Racial variations in the arrangement of the branches arising from the aortic arch. Bull Mem Soc Anthropol Paris. 1978; 13:179-88. 12. Apichitruengdej U, Chentanez V. Anomalies of the subclavian artery and superior vena cava: Aberrant right

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Original Research. Diagnosis of the Aortic Coarctation in the Neonatal Period — a Critical Condition in the Emergency Room

, Frommelt PC. Carotid-subclavian artery index: new echocardiographic index to detect coarctation in neonates and infants. Invited commentar. Ann Thorac Surg. 2005;80:1657-1658. 8. Dodge-Khatami A, Ott S, Di Bernardo S, Berger F. Carotidsubclavian artery index: new echocardiographic index to detect coarctation in neonates and infants. Ann Thorac Surg. 2005;80:1652-1621. 9. Lu CW, Wang JK, Chang CI, et al. Noninvasive diagnosis of aortic coarctation in neonates with patent ductus arteriosus. J Pediatr. 2006;148:217-221. doi: 10.1016/j

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Endo and exo aortic morphometry (endoluminal) in the aortic arch and its branches

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Our study was conducted by the examination of angioCT’s, performing external measurements of aortic arch and the exo and endoaortic measurements of its three. The diameter of the thoracic aorta prior to the origin of the brachiocephalic arterial trunk was found with an average of 31.65 mm and below the left subclavian artery origin we found an average diameter of 24.3 mm. The brachiocephalic arterial trunk had an average diameter of 11.575 mm, 6.05 at carotid artery level and 9.05 mm at the level of the left subclavian artery. The endoaortic average diameter of the brachiocephalic arterial trunk: horizontally, 13.0 mm and vertically 11.7 mm; left common carotid artery horizontal diameter was 10.5 mm and 9.7 mm vertically and the left subclavian artery have 14.1 mm horizontally and 10.8 mm vertically.

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