This was followed by the Left Brachiocephalic
Quantitative parameters are reported as median and IQR for standard CTA and DS-CTA at the level of 1) ascending aorta above the aortic valve, 2) aortic arch at the origin of the brachiocephalic
trunk, 3) thoracic descending aorta at the level of pulmonary trunk, 4) thoracic descending aorta at the diaphragm, 5) abdominal aorta at the level of the renal arteries.
vein, central venous cannulation, paediatric, ultrasonography
In addition, in our case, aortic dissection extended to the brachiocephalic
trunk, closing down and occluding the ostium of the right subclavian artery.
Left atrium and ventricle, pulmonary veins, left ventricular outflow, superimposed left and right brachiocephalic
trunks, aortic root, and descending aorta are opacified with contrast.
It was also performed the measurement of the sternum chin distance (22), edited by types of skull, patients were placed in lateral ulna, showing maxillary features and mandibular determining symmetry and were classified the types of head according to Cinologic federation international (CFI), as follows: Class I: Lupoid, easy intubation patient, similar to the head wolves, Class II bracoid patient with moderate difficulty, similar to two squares head, class III: graiodes more complex intubation, maxilla larger than the bottom and class IV, Molosoides (Table 2), very difficult intubation are brachiocephalic
, higher than the top (Figure 1) lower jaw.
Case report Gunshot bullet embolus with pellet migration from the left brachiocephalic
vein to the right ventricle: a case report.
It was observed that two brachiocephalic
trunks branched off from the ascending aorta in the greater flamingos.
5,6 Similarly, left pulmonary vein may connect to left brachiocephalic
vein through an anomalous vertical vein.
Normally the right common carotid artery branches from the brachiocephalic
trunk also known as an innominate artery, which originates from the aortic arch.
Subsequently, Doppler ultrasonography (USG) of neck was advised to find the cause of SVC syndrome, which revealed intraluminal thrombus in the right internal jugular, right subclavian and visualised extent of right brachiocephalic
vein with no significant flow (figure 4)
8) Venous hypertension and the asymmetric presence of venous valves in the brachiocephalic
system also may play a significant role.