Anomalous brachiocephalic vein: CT, embryology, and clinical implications

AJR. American Journal of Roentgenology
Shyh-Jye ChenHung-Chi Lue


CT patterns of anomalous brachiocephalic veins are presented with reconsideration of the structure's embryogenesis. With advancements in central line procedures and corrective cardiac surgery, and the widespread use of noninvasive imaging techniques, the clinical importance of identification of the anomalous brachiocephalic vein is shown.


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