Two cases of abnormal right subclavian arteries
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Two cases of anomalous right subclavian artery arising from the left end of the aortic arch distal to left subclavian, taking a retro-oesophageal course and forming a vascular ring have been described with other associated anomalies. Their anatomical, embryological and clinical aspects have been discussed.
KeywordsAortic Arch Vertebral Artery Common Carotid Artery Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Subclavian Artery
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