A VARIATION IN THE COURSE OF THE HUMAN VERTEBRAL ARTERY: ANATOMICAL AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE
Keywords: Prevertebral, artery, cadaver,
AbstractThe macroscopic study of 31 adult cadavers proved a variation to Matula and Lang's study. In 2 cases (6.4%) a prevertebral segment ran up to Cy in one of which (3.2%) the middle cervical ganglion was pierced. This, we believe, is significant not only in diagnosis but also in surgical and endovascular treatment.
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M. Akbari, H. Marzban M. Toback. A VARIATION IN THE COURSE OF THE HUMAN VERTEBRAL ARTERY: ANATOMICAL AND CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE. Acta Med Iran. 37(4):220-222.