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Die Subclavia-Carotis-Transposition

  • S. Weimann
  • T. Tauscher
  • W. Hepp
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Zusammenfassung

Stenosen und Verschlüsse der zentralen A. subclavia sind unter den arteriosklerotischen Läsionen an den supraaortischen Astabgängen am häufigsten anzutreffen und für ca. 16% aller arteriellen Durchblutungsstörungen an den oberen Extremitäten ursächlich verantwortlich zu machen. Neben der Claudicatio des Armes sowie embolischen Verschlüssen der Fingerarterien sind noch die vertebrobasiläre Insuffizienz, die zerebrovaskuläre Insuffizienz sowie das Subclavian-Steal-Syndrom als typische klinische Symptome dadurch bedingt, daß als hämodynamische Kompensation des zentralen Verschlusses der A. subclavia eine Flußumkehr in der A. vertebralis erfolgt.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • S. Weimann
    • 1
  • T. Tauscher
    • 1
  • W. Hepp
  1. 1.Abt. für GefäßchirurgieI. Univ. Klinik für ChirurgieInnsbruckDeutschland

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