Original Article

Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery

Authors: LOUIS RAIDER M.D.

Abstract

The recognition of this not uncommon congenital anomaly has a practical importance. Its presence explains several diagnostic aberrations. For the surgeon who is to operate in the cervical region, knowledge of its presence is to be forewarned for the avoidance of surgical accidents.

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