Dysphagia Lusoria: A Case of an Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery and a Bicarotid Trunk

@inproceedings{Rogers2011DysphagiaLA,
  title={Dysphagia Lusoria: A Case of an Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery and a Bicarotid Trunk},
  author={Alan David Rogers and Melissa Nel and E. P. Eloff and Nadraj G Naidoo},
  booktitle={ISRN surgery},
  year={2011}
}
Dysphagia Lusoria is dysphagia secondary to an aberrant right subclavian artery that has a retroesophageal course. Adachi and Williams categorized aortic arch anomalies, showing that the right subclavian artery arising in this fashion (as the final branch of the descending aortic arch) is one of the more common. However, this very rarely coexists with a… CONTINUE READING