The supreme intercostal artery includes the last cervical intersegmental artery (C7) ‐ angiographic validation of the intersegmental nomenclature proposed by Dorcas Padget in 1954

@article{Gailloud2014TheSI,
  title={The supreme intercostal artery includes the last cervical intersegmental artery (C7) ‐ angiographic validation of the intersegmental nomenclature proposed by Dorcas Padget in 1954},
  author={Philippe Gailloud},
  journal={The Anatomical Record},
  year={2014},
  volume={297}
}
  • P. Gailloud
  • Published 1 May 2014
  • Medicine
  • The Anatomical Record
In 1954, Dorcas Padget wrote a note that settled the debate over the labeling of the intersegmental arteries (ISAs) and the level of origin of the subclavian artery (SubA), in agreement with earlier observations made by Hochstetter in the rabbit (1890) and Schmeidel in man (1932). In her proposed nomenclature, Padget introduced the name of proatlantal artery and confirmed that the SubA was associated with the sixth ISA rather than the seventh. However, a generally unnoticed consequence of this… 

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