Ann Pediatr Card Close
 

Figure 1: Aortic arch and cerebrovascular circulation in three different conditions: (b) normal, (b) isolation of the left brachiocephalic artery without connection to pulmonary artery, and (c) Type C interruption of aortic arch. For the sake of simplicity, all annotations are shown only in Figure 1b and are not repeated in Figure 1a. The white arrow in each of the figures shows the direction of blood flow into the left brachiocephalic artery

Figure 1: Aortic arch and cerebrovascular circulation in three different conditions: (b) normal, (b) isolation of the left brachiocephalic artery without connection to pulmonary artery, and (c) Type C interruption of aortic arch. For the sake of simplicity, all annotations are shown only in Figure 1b and are not repeated in Figure 1a. The white arrow in each of the figures shows the direction of blood flow into the left brachiocephalic artery