(dū-broy' shahm-bahr-del'),
Louis, French dentist, 1879-1927. See: Dubreuil-Chambardel syndrome.
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In his detailed work concerning all arterial variations of the upper limb, Dubreuil-Chambardel noted his observation of a bilateral ABMS branching from the AA and featuring a cubital anastomosis with the proper AB within the cubital fossa [30].
The PCHA may also be a branch of the SA in 10% and the DBA in 2% of individuals (Bergman et al., 1988; Dubreuil-Chambardel, 1926).
Whereas Dubreuil-Chambardel (12) and Lamberthy and Zivancovic (13) reported the higher percentage as 30% and 15% respectively and Malhotra et al have reported as low percentage of presence of complete posterior vertebral artery foramen as 5.14%, which are almost in the range of presence of the complete posterior vertebral artery foramen as already reported by J.