This to certify that International Research and Publications in Medical Sciences (IRPMS) editorial team has considered to present the best paper award to the corresponding author Kristine Joy G. Boholst, Noli A. Cabildo, David Vi for publishing his outstanding research paper in IRPMS, Volume-3, Issue-4, Oct-Dec entitled as 1. FACTORS FOR TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT RELAPSE AMONG PATIENTS PREVIOUSLY TAKING CATEGORY 1 STANDARD TUBERCULOSIS TREATMENT REGIMEN IN SELECTED MUNICIPALITIES OF ILOCOS SUR.
editor@ irpms.com, email@example.com +91 9427222776
Pranita R. Viveki, V. B. Hukkeri, Int Res Pub Med Sci, 2015;1(3):107-110
Pranita R. Viveki, V. B. Hukkeri,
Int Res Pub Med Sci, 2015;1(3):107-110
The variations in the aortic arch and its branches are of surgical interest. Many anomalies of the aortic arch and great vessels are uncovered as serendipitous ?ndings on imaging studies, in the anatomy laboratory, or at surgery. Knowledge of the branching pattern of the aortic arch is important during supra-aortic angiography, aortic instrumentation, thoracic and neck surgery. An abnormal origin of the left common carotid artery from the initial portion of the brachiocephalic trunk was found in the superior mediastinum in a 60- year-old male cadaver during dissection practice. We report on the exact morphology of that variant that is appearing in an incidence of 0.2% in the literature. We discuss the relative literature and pay attention on the signi?cance of such a variation for clinicians in its recognition and protection.
Key-words: Aortic arch, Brachiocephalic trunk, Angiography, Carotid arteries