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nsidental Tespit Edilen Aberran Sa Subklavyen Arter: Olgu Sunumu [Respir Case Rep]
Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(2): 98-101 | DOI: 10.5505/respircase.2022.63325

nsidental Tespit Edilen Aberran Sa Subklavyen Arter: Olgu Sunumu

Mehmet Aar, Semih Koyiit
Fethi Sekin ehir Hastanesi, Gs Cerrahi Klinii, Elaz

Aberran sa subklavyen arter (ASSA) konjenital bir anomali olup, sklkla asemptomatik seyreden ve nadir grlen bir anomalidir. Erikin ASSAl hasta-larda en sk klinik bavuru semptomu disfaji olup nadirde olsa solunum yaknmalar ile de bavurabilir-ler. Yutma gl ile bavuran 79 yandaki bir hasta ekilen toraks ve boyun BT, zofagografi ile tan konularak sunulmutur. Hasta yutkunamama ve ksrk ikayeti ile bavurduu merkezlerde pnmoni tedavisi grm, ekilen grafiler sonras mediastinal kitle phesiyle sevk edilen hastaya kontrastl bilgisa-yarl tomografi ile ASSA tans konulmutur. Sonu olarak yutma gl ile bavuran hastalarda ASSA buna neden olan nadir bir sebepte olsa ayrc tanda yer almaldr.

Anahtar Kelimeler: Sa subklavyen arter, zofagus, disfaji

Incidentally Detected Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery: A Case Report

Mehmet Aar, Semih Koyiit
Department of Thoracic Surgery, Fethi Sekin City Hospital, Elaz, Trkiye

Aberrant right subclavian artery (ARSA) is a rarely seen congenital and often asymptomatic anomaly. The most common clinical presenting symptom in adult ARSA patients is dysphagia, while patients may rarely present with respiratory complaints. We present here the case of a 79-year-old patient with dysphagia who was diagnosed based on thorax and neck CT and esophagography findings. The patient was treat-ed for pneumonia in the centers to which she applied with complaints of cough and inability to swallow, and was subsequently referred to us with the suspi-cion of a mediastinal mass after radiograms were obtained. The diagnosis of ARSA was made based on contrast-enhanced computed tomography. With this in mind, ARSA should be included in the differential diagnosis of patients presenting with dysphagia, despite it being a rarely seen etiology.

Keywords: Right subclavian artery, esophagus, dysp-hagia

Mehmet Aar, Semih Koyiit. Incidentally Detected Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery: A Case Report. Respir Case Rep. 2022; 11(2): 98-101

Sorumlu Yazar: Mehmet Aar, Trkiye
Makale Dili: ngilizce
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