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SUBCLAVIAN STEAL SYNDROMEDepartment Of Anatomy

Prerana Mishra MBBS-2013 K.G.M.U.. 1) Introduction2) Classification of Subclavian Steal Phenomenon3) Path Of Blood(Normal Vs SSS)4) Etiology5) Clinical Presentation (A) Ipsilateral Upper Limb Manifestations (B) Neurotological Syndrome(6) Diagnosis(7) Treatment(8) EpidemiologyCONTENTSYNONYMS- (a)Subclavian Steal Phenomenon (b) Suclavian Steal Steno- Occlusive Disease

INTRODUCTION

Classification I Classification II Vollmar and Colleagues Basis: Hemodynamic disturbances of vertebral artery

Vertebro-Vertebral Stage I: Occult StealCarotid-Basilar Stage II: Partial StealExternal Carotid-Vertebral Stage III: Complete StealCarotid-Subclavian Classification of Subclavian Steal PhenomenonPATH OF BLOOD(NORMAL VS SSS)

1)Atherosclerosis 2)Cervical Rib ETIOLOGY

3)Takayasus Arteritis

4) Congenital (a) Interrupted Aortic Arch (b) Preductal Aortic Co-arctation

1)Weak or absent pulse2)Decreased B.P.( Increased incidence with age

-> Male : Female = 2 : 1

-> Left arm : Right Arm = 3 : 1EPIDEMIOLOGYClinical Anatomy- Neeta V. Kulkarni Gross Anatomy- Kyung won Chung and Harold M chungClinical and surgical anatomy- Vishram Singhwww.clinicalkey.comGrays Anatomy- Henry GrayClinical Anatomy by Regions-Richard S. Snell

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