Ann Pediatr Card Close
 

Figure 1: (a and b) Shows pictures of selective angiogram during cardiac catheterization. (a) Multiple white arrows show tortuous course of longitudinal artery, multiple black arrows show intercostal arteries given off by longitudinal artery. (b) Single large white arrow shows 'V' junction of the LSCA and LCCA; (c and d) Show images of CT angiography. (c) Large white arrow shows LCCA, while small white arrow shows left vertebral artery. A black arrow shows left innominate vein. (d) Shows separate origin of RCCA and RSCA from the RAA. (e) Retro-esophageal course of the longitudinal artery

Figure 1: (a and b) Shows pictures of selective angiogram during cardiac catheterization. (a) Multiple white arrows show tortuous course of longitudinal artery, multiple black arrows show intercostal arteries given off by longitudinal artery. (b) Single large white arrow shows 'V' junction of the LSCA and LCCA; (c and d) Show images of CT angiography. (c) Large white arrow shows LCCA, while small white arrow shows left vertebral artery. A black arrow shows left innominate vein. (d) Shows separate origin of RCCA and RSCA from the RAA. (e) Retro-esophageal course of the longitudinal artery