Arteries  of the neckLeft lateral view. The structures of the neck are primarily supplied by the external carotid artery (anterior branches) and the subclavian artery.

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Arteries of the neckLeft lateral view. The structures of the neck are primarily supplied by the external carotid artery (anterior branches) and the subclavian artery.

Dysphagia lusoria: aberrant right subclavian artery: Barium swallow reveals fixed narrowing of the oesophagus at the level of the aortic arch without mucosal abnormality.  The narrowing runs oblique from inferior left to superior right and involves the posterior aspect of the oesophagus.  This is consistent with extrinsic compression by a retro-oesophageal aberrant right subclavian artery resulting in dysphagia lurosia.

Dysphagia lusoria: aberrant right subclavian artery: Barium swallow reveals fixed narrowing of the oesophagus at the level of the aortic arch without mucosal abnormality. The narrowing runs oblique from inferior left to superior right and involves the posterior aspect of the oesophagus. This is consistent with extrinsic compression by a retro-oesophageal aberrant right subclavian artery resulting in dysphagia lurosia.

Modified “Trap Door” Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Complicated by Subclavian Artery Aneurysm Volume 10 - Issue 4 - April 2013  Elias Kfoury, MD, Paul D. Kiernan, MD, Dipankar Mukherjee, MD http://www.vasculardiseasemanagement.com/content/modified-%E2%80%9Ctrap-door%E2%80%9D-approach-thoracic-outlet-syndrome-complicated-subclavian-artery-aneurys

Modified “Trap Door” Approach for Thoracic Outlet Syndrome Complicated by Subclavian Artery Aneurysm Volume 10 - Issue 4 - April 2013 Elias Kfoury, MD, Paul D. Kiernan, MD, Dipankar Mukherjee, MD http://www.vasculardiseasemanagement.com/content/modified-%E2%80%9Ctrap-door%E2%80%9D-approach-thoracic-outlet-syndrome-complicated-subclavian-artery-aneurys

Above is my drawing of the subclavian artery branches and below is the axillary artery branches complete with their own dirty mnemonic. Study with me friends.

Above is my drawing of the subclavian artery branches and below is the axillary artery branches complete with their own dirty mnemonic. Study with me friends.

Subclavian Steal Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care - A condition that results from stenosis or occlusion of the subclavian artery proximal to the origin of the vertebral artery;  Read more: http://health.tipsdiscover.com/subclavian-steal-syndrome-causes-symptoms-diagnosis-treatment-ongoing-care/#ixzz2lsPjiLZ9

Subclavian Steal Syndrome – Causes, Symptoms, Diagnosis, Treatment and Ongoing care - A condition that results from stenosis or occlusion of the subclavian artery proximal to the origin of the vertebral artery; Read more: http://health.tipsdiscover.com/subclavian-steal-syndrome-causes-symptoms-diagnosis-treatment-ongoing-care/#ixzz2lsPjiLZ9

Right shoulder and nerve plexus. Artwork of the nerves (yellow), arteries (red), and bones of the right shoulder, seen from the front. This is the brachial plexus, with the major artery (red) being the subclavian artery that runs below the clavicle (collar bone).

Right shoulder and nerve plexus. Artwork of the nerves (yellow), arteries (red), and bones of the right shoulder, seen from the front. This is the brachial plexus, with the major artery (red) being the subclavian artery that runs below the clavicle (collar bone).

Covered stent use after subclavian artery and vein injuries in the setting of vascular Ehlers-Danlos

Covered stent use after subclavian artery and vein injuries in the setting of vascular Ehlers-Danlos

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