Aberrant subclavian artery (Arteria lusoria): Sex differences in the prevalence of various forms of the malformation

@article{Molz1978AberrantSA,
  title={Aberrant subclavian artery (Arteria lusoria): Sex differences in the prevalence of various forms of the malformation},
  author={G. Molz and Betty Jane Burri Burri},
  journal={Virchows Archiv A},
  year={1978},
  volume={380},
  pages={303-315}
}
43 original and 1335 previously published observations of aberrant subclavian artery (A. lusoria) were analyzed. The sex distribution varied for different types of the malformation: females predominated over males in instances of right aberrant subclavian artery and if pre-stenotic A. lusoria was combined with coarctation of the aorta. Male predominance was found in cases of combination of post-stenotic A. lusoria with coarctation and of aberrant left subclavian artery. An equal sex… CONTINUE READING

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