Right aortic arch. Types and associated cardiac anomalies.

@article{Knight1974RightAA,
  title={Right aortic arch. Types and associated cardiac anomalies.},
  author={Laura Knight and Jesse E. Edwards},
  journal={Circulation},
  year={1974},
  volume={50 5},
  pages={1047-51}
}
An analysis was made of 78 pathologic specimens in which a right aortic arch was present. In four, the right arch was part of a double aortic arch. In 74 cases the right aortic arch was the only arch. The cases of right aortic arch could be subdivided into two groups as follows: (1) that with a retroesophageal aortic segment (three cases) and (2) that without a retroesophageal segment (71 cases). The latter cases could be subdivided according to the nature of the origin of the branches of the… CONTINUE READING

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