alexa Traumatic Subclavian Artery Injuries

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Traumatic Subclavian Artery Injuries

Subclavian artery injury is a life-threatening condition and represents a challenge for trauma surgeons. Open surgical treatment often requires wide surgical exposures; including thoracotomy thus endovascular repair has emerged as a minimally invasive alternative. We report our single-center recent experience of fifteen patients with subclavian artery injuries, all of them treated by endovascular techniques. There were 9 blunt (60%) and 6 penetrating (40%) traumas and we had immediate operative success in all cases.

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