CERVICAL AORTIC ARCH ANOMALY WITH BOVINE BRANCHING PATTERN – UNUSUAL CAUSE OF PULSATILE NECK SWELLING AND DYSPHAGIA.
Dr. Kiran Vinayak Naiknaware, Dr. Mansi Sidharth Dhende, Dr. Anubhav Kamal, *Dr. Vigyat Kamal, Dr. Surbhi Chauhan and Dr. Arijit Ghosh
Many diseases of thoracic aorta and aortic arch disorders have been noted in individuals irrespective of gender without any predilection to specific age group. However, aortic arch anomalies are conditions with an atypical combination of respiratory, oesophageal and cervical regional involvement resulting in unusual presentation. It is essential to diagnose anatomical vascular deviations such as the cervical aortic arch and bovine branching pattern to suggest further diagnostic and treatment options whenever required as per the severity of compression of adjacent anatomical structures.
Keywords: Aortic Arch (MeSH unique ID: D001013), Angiography (MeSH unique ID: D000792), Brachiocephalic Trunk (MeSH unique ID: D016122), Dysphagia (MeSH unique ID: D003680).
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