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Subclavian Artery

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Disease relevance of Subclavian Artery


High impact information on Subclavian Artery

  • Remarkably, ablating FGF8 protein in the pharyngeal arch ectoderm causes failure of formation of the fourth pharyngeal arch artery that results in aortic arch and subclavian artery anomalies in 95% of mutants; these defects recapitulate the spectrum and frequency of vascular defects reported in Fgf8 hypomorphs [6].
  • Heparin (15 to 50 U/h) was delivered into the left subclavian artery for a period of 4 weeks [7].
  • PTA of eight iliac, seven femoropopliteal, nine tibial, and two subclavian arteries and one autogenous saphenous vein graft (ASV) were unsuccessful [8].
  • However in 2-4-day-old PV, PDGF-induced ERK1/2 activation was via a Ca(2+)-independent, atypical protein kinase C. PLC(gamma) expression was also decreased in the neointima, compared to media, of balloon-injured rabbit subclavian arteries [9].
  • METHODS: Sixteen-week-old FHHL rabbits were subjected to balloon injury of the left subclavian artery under halothane anaesthesia [10].

Chemical compound and disease context of Subclavian Artery


Biological context of Subclavian Artery


Anatomical context of Subclavian Artery


Associations of Subclavian Artery with chemical compounds

  • The cephalic circulation was perfused through the brachiocephalic and left subclavian arteries with blood which was equilibrated with various levels of CO2 [20].
  • OBJECTIVE: The aims of this study were to determine the morphological and functional consequences of balloon angioplasty of the left subclavian artery of Froxfield heritable hyperlipidaemic (FHHL) rabbits and the influence of oral L-arginine therapy on these changes [10].
  • Dogs were anaesthetized with chloralose and the cephalic circulation was perfused, through the brachiocephalic and left subclavian arteries, with blood equilibrated with various tensions of CO2 [21].
  • A treatment trial with a weekly pulse of low dose methotrexate improved her symptoms and the patency of her occluded left subclavian artery [22].
  • One patient developed a haemothorax after accidental subclavian artery puncture (INR was 1.5, platelets 68 and regional prostacyclin therapy was being given for haemofiltration) [23].

Gene context of Subclavian Artery


Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Subclavian Artery


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