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- Peripheral Vascular Disease & Aorta
- Great Vessels and Trauma
- Cardiovasclar Examination & Imaging and Diagnostics
- CT Scanning & Imaging and Diagnostics
A 27-year-old man was referred for endovascular intervention to the left subclavian artery. There was no history of giddiness or claudication pain in the upper extremities. On examination, the left upper limb pulses were feeble. Blood pressure was 160/90 mm Hg in the right upper limb and 110/90 mm Hg in the left upper limb. There was a bruit in the left supraclavicular area. Routine blood …
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