Absence of the brachial artery during transradial coronary intervention

Chang-Bum Park; Il-Suk Sohn; Chong-Jin Kim
July 2011
Heart;Jul2011, Vol. 97 Issue 13, p1114
Academic Journal
The article examines the case of a 66-year-old man with a partial absence of the mid-brachial artery with a tortuous collateral which connects the proximal and distal brachial artery.


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