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Study of Ansa Subclavia: Anatomy, Functions and Repercussions

A nerve fibre known as the ansa subclavia connects the middle and inferior cervical ganglions. In order to connect the inferior cervical ganglion, the cord from the middle cervical ganglion bends inferiorly the first segment of the subclavian artery medial to the vertebral artery. From rats, guinea pigs, the porcine species, and dogs to humans,…
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June 23, 2022 0

Variations in Origin of Vertebral Artery and its Clinical Significance

Surgeons must have a thorough understanding of anatomy as well as a comprehension of variances. Great vascular anatomic and morphologic differences are important for diagnostic and surgical operations in the neck and thorax. The vertebral artery is a branch of the subclavian artery that branches off on both sides from the first segment of the…
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February 17, 2022 0

Study about Cervical Part of Vertebral Artery: An Approach to Its Variant Anatomy and Clinical Significance

The subclavian artery sprouts the vertebral artery, which is divided into four segments. The first three segments are placed in the neck and are extracranial. The cervical vertebral artery is made up of the first three segments of the vertebral artery. The purpose of this chapter is to explain the anatomical variations in the origin…
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November 16, 2021 0

Variable Origin and Branching Pattern of Vertebral Artery and its Importance in Head Neck Surgeries

Arterial variations can be found in a variety of arteries throughout the body, and they are important for surgical and diagnostic purposes. The goal of this study is to find differences in the origin and path of the vertebral artery. The vertebral arteries are the main arteries in the neck. The vertebro-basilar system, which includes…
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September 10, 2021 0

A Closer Look at the Vertebral Arteries

Cerebral aneurysms and posterior circulation strokes are also serious and potentially fatal diseases caused by abnormal or variant vertebral arteries. Furthermore, occlusion of the subclavian artery induces antegrade and retrograde flow (subclavian steal syndrome). The first two diseases are caused by abnormalities of the vertebral artery, while the third disease, subclavian steal syndrome, is caused…
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April 14, 2021 0