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Hypoplastic aberrant left subclavian artery in a dog with a persistent right aortic arch.
|Title||Hypoplastic aberrant left subclavian artery in a dog with a persistent right aortic arch.|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2012|
|Authors||Bottorff B, Sisson DD|
|Journal||Journal of veterinary cardiology : the official journal of the European Society of Veterinary Cardiology|
|Keywords||Animals, Aorta, Dog Diseases, Dogs, Subclavian Artery|
Vascular ring anomalies (VRA) are relatively uncommon cardiovascular disorders in canine patients. The most common VRA is a persistent right aortic arch (PRAA) with a left ligamentum arteriosum, however various other vascular anomalies resulting in tracheoesophageal compression have also been reported. We report a case of a dog with a PRAA and left ligamentum arteriosum with a hypoplastic aberrant left subclavian artery resulting in asymmetric cervicobrachial circulation. Selective angiography and ECG-gated multi-detector computed tomography were utilized in the evaluation of these defects. The case presented represents a unique vascular anomaly of the aortic arch not previously described in veterinary medicine.
|Alternate Journal||J Vet Cardiol|