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  1. Apr 2020
    1. Subclavian artery injuries can be repaired using lateral arteriorrhaphy or PTFE graft interposition; due to its multiple branches and tethering of the artery, end-to-end primary anastomosis is not advocated if there is a significant segmental loss.

      PTFE graft or lateral arteriorrhaphy is suitable for subclavian art inj; but end-to-end primary anastomosis despite significant segmental loss is not recommended due to multiple braching.