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CxCustomer
CxCulture (e.g., bacterial)
CxCustomer Experience
CxChristmas Island
CxContext (Novell Netware)
CxCancel
CxCervical
CxChief Executive
CxCross Reference
CxCervix
CxCathay Pacific Airways
CxChemotaxis (multicellular organisms)
CxConstellation
CxCircumflex (artery)
CxCommissioning
CxCenter of Expertise (Army Corps of Engineers)
CxCantor Exchange (financial exchange)
CxCategorical Exclusion
CxChristmas Islands (ISO country code)
CxChallenge X (hybrid vehicle development project)
CxConnexin
CxCommodity Exchange (New York, NY)
CxChange Context
CxCount Register (assembler)
CxCharacter Transmission
CxPhosgene Oxime
CxCross Examination Debate
CxControl Transmitter
CxCheck Cancellation (stop payment)
CxConfiguration Index
CxChron X (game)
CxComposite Signaling
CxConsumer Exchange
CxRural Exchange
CxCriticality Experiment
CxColor Exterior Film (NASA)
CxColumn Extractant
CxCummings Exclusively (Mi6 Intelligence Report)
CxCylinder in Diopters, Axis in Degrees (ophthalmology)
CxActual / on scene (as in WxCx)
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One is the superior thoracic artery and the other is a large branch which is termed as common subscapular trunk from which circumflex scapular artery, anterior and posterior circumflex humeral arteries, profunda brachii artery, ulnar collateral artery and thoracodorsal artery branched.
It was observed that in the right upper limb, the lateral thoracic artery, thoraco-dorsal, circumflex scapular and posterior circumflex scapular artery arises from a common trunk from the second part of axillary artery underneath the pectoralis minor muscle (picture 1).
From this point on, certain alterations in the coronary flow could be assumed, among them, the most frequent is the origin of the circumflex branch in the right coronary artery (Page et al.
4) Lateral ascending branch of the anterior humeral circumflex artery.
Following RCA circumflex artery showed the next incidence seen in 31 cases with a mean value of 6.
Data on the number of ventricular branches in the interventricular paraconal branch, septal branches, atrial and ventricular branches of the circumflex branch, origin of the left and right marginal arteries, number of ventricular branches of the subsinusal branch, atrial and ventricular branches of the right coronary artery, and presence or absence of the accessory coronary artery were recorded on BioEstat[R] spreadsheets.
The advocates of the posterior approach believe that most femoral head dislocation fall into the category of the posterior dislocation, in which the simultaneous posterior capsular lancinate usually occurred and the blood supply for the femoral head from the medial femoral circumflex artery would be destroyed.
Objective: To compare right coronary artery and left circumflex related acute inferior wall MI in terms of clinical characteristics, severity markers, complications and mortality.
Coronary angiography was performed within 2 h after the collapse which revealed acute total occlusion in the proximal portion of the right coronary artery and the left circumflex coronary artery [Figure 1]g.
Given his symptoms, he was taken to the cardiac catheterization laboratory where coronary angiography revealed a large focal ectasia of the left circumflex artery (Figure 1 and 2) with the rest of vessel having mild diffuse disease.
Their topics include the history of the use of perforator flaps for microsurgical breast reconstruction, essential equipment needed for perforator flap breast reconstruction and operating room setup, gluteal artery perforator flap, free lumbar artery perforator flap for autologous breast reconstruction, bipedicled (doubled for stacked) abdominal perforator flap in unilateral breast reconstruction, deep circumflex iliac artery perforator flap, and indocyanine green/SPY imaging.
Coronary angiography showed a chronic occlusion of the right coronary artery (RCA), and significant stenosis ([greater than or equal to] 75%) of the left anterior descending artery (LAD) and circumflex artery (Cx).