The Five-Vessel Arch: Independent Origin of Both Vertebral Arteries From the Aortic Arch

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An independent origin of the left vertebral artery from the aortic arch is the second most common aortic arch anomaly and occurs in 7% of otherwise healthy persons. Bilateral and independent origins of vertebral arteries are distinctly unusual. We present and illustrate such a case.

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