From the case: Dysphagia lusoria

The subclavian ar...
Axial non-contrast
The subclavian artery can be found passing behind the oesophagus causing dysphagia.
Modality: CT (non-contrast)

- “ A case of dysphagia lusoria in a middle-aged female with dysphagia due to compression of the esophagus by the subclavian artery. ”

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