Management of a Penetrating Brachiocephalic Trunk Injury (A Case Report) Mohammed Al-Musawi*, Abdulameer Hussein**, Laith S. Abood***, Sabah N Jabir**, Firas Fakhri***, Viviane Leite Abude*
A case report of a young man with penetrating brachiocephalic artery injury without neurologic deficit. After performing CTA patient was managed by median sternotomy and right trans-clavicular bed approach to control the inflow and outflow. Successful GORE-TEX interposition graft was used to perform end to end anastomosis and restoration of circulation
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