right subclavian artery


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right subclavian artery

a large artery that arises from the brachiocephalic artery. It has several important branches: the axillary, vertebral thoracic, and internal thoracic arteries and the cervical and costocervical trunks, which perfuse the right side of the upper body.
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Congenital right subclavian artery aneurysm: a case report.
The delivery device was then removed and the right subclavian artery was ligated just proximal to the right vertebral artery to complete the exclusion of the aneurysm.
Patient 1 was diagnosed with a right hemispheric stroke following intracranial injections through a PICC in the right subclavian artery.
In contrast, the right recurrent laryngeal nerve loops under the right subclavian artery before ascending to innervate the larynx (Figure 5).
Subsequent evaluation revealed a pulmonary artery sling, with an aberrant origin of the right subclavian artery.
Ultrasound Color Doppler of the extra cranial arteries showed an intimal thickening interesting essentially the right subclavian artery.