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The Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery (Arteria Lusoria): The Morphological and Clinical Aspects of One of the Most Important Variations—A Systematic Study of 141 Reports
In conclusion, compression of adjacent structures by an aberrant right subclavian artery needs to be differentiated from other conditions presenting dysphagia, dyspnea, retrosternal pain, cough, and weight loss. Expand
A proposal for classification of the superior transverse scapular ligament: variable morphology and its potential influence on suprascapular nerve entrapment.
Knowing of the morphologic variations of STSL presented in this study is important for better understanding the possible anatomic conditions that can promote suprascapular nerve entrapment and should be taken into particular consideration during surgical and arthroscopic procedures around the suprASCapular notch. Expand
The variable morphology of suprascapular nerve and vessels at suprascapular notch: a proposal for classification and its potential clinical implications
The morphological variations described in this study are necessary to better understand the possible anatomical conditions which may promote suprascapular nerve entrapment (especially type III) and may be useful during open and endoscopic procedures at the suprASCapular notch to prevent such complications as unexpected bleeding. Expand
The clinical and neuroimaging studies in Holmes tremor
The clinical and neuroimaging studies in Holmes tremor suggest that the tremor may be a vestigial tremor, rather than a tremor-like condition, which is more commonly found in people with Parkinson's disease. Expand
Morphological and Radiological Study of Ossified Superior Transverse Scapular Ligament as Potential Risk Factor of Suprascapular Nerve Entrapment
The ossified band-shapedtype of superior transverse scapular ligament was more common than the fan-shaped type and reduced the space below the ligament to a significantly greater degree, which could explain the comparable frequency of neuropathy in various populations throughout the world. Expand
The Epidemiological, Morphological, and Clinical Aspects of the Cervical Ribs in Humans
The aim of this paper is to review the newest literature concerning the morphology, embryology, clinical image, and therapeutic methods of the cervical ribs in the humans as early identification of cervical ribs may prevent life-threatening complications. Expand
Hand exercise test for the assessment of endothelium-dependent vasodilatation in subjects with type 1 diabetes.
The hand exercise test could be a useful alternative tool for endothelial function assessment, especially in type 1 diabetes subjects, and results in a greater difference in vessel diameter before and after the test stimulus, which might substantially improve its feasibility. Expand
Duplication of the left vertebral artery in a patient with dissection of the right internal carotid artery and Ehlers–Danlos syndrome: case report and review of the literature
It can be concluded that this variant of duplicated vertebral artery has clinical implications and should be taken into consideration when vertebral arteries need catheterization. Expand
An unusual case of left venous renal entrapment syndrome: a new type of nutcracker phenomenon?
Left venous renal entrapment syndrome was observed during multidetector 64-row computer tomography and color Doppler ultrasonography in a 58-year-old Caucasian female hospitalized due toExpand
Variations in bifid superior transverse scapular ligament as a possible factor of suprascapular entrapment: an anatomical study
Knowledge of the variations of the superior transverse scapular ligament is important for better understanding of the possible anatomical conditions that can promote suprascapular nerve entrapment and its morphology should be taken into particular consideration during surgical and arthroscopic procedures. Expand