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radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae

Official Latin term radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae
Official subsidiary term racine de l'artère subclavière droite
Unit identifier TAH:U13658
Unit type single
Materiality material
Link to the unit radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae
Links of entity generic: radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae
Entity-oriented links Universal page Definition page
External links PubMed
Partonomic links Level 2: systema arteriosum Short Extended
Taxonomic links Level 2: segmentum organi Short Extended
Level 3: arteria
Subsidiary language with Latin
Non Latin primary language

The root of the right subclavian artery .

This entity is a single entity and despite its name, has no symmetrical counterpart. It must be clearly distinguished from the subclavian artery, presented as a symmetrical pair. This pair has normally a left and a right member, this last one being the continuation of the present entity.

We want to build a formally correct presentation of the partonomy of the human body. To do that we have distinguished four major types of units: the single, the pair, the set and the pset (pair set). Here, in the presentation around the aortic arch, the usual symmetry prevailing largely everywhere in the human body, is in default: the aortic arch is essentially asymmetrical. However, the common carotid artery and the suclavian artery are considered as symmetrical pairs. This is true, at least in a first approximation, as other situations in the body.

The presentation is achieved thanks to four single entities, named root, in order to make them distinct from their symmetrical continuations. The limit between these roots and the lateral members of pairs being the continuation is obviously a fiat boundary.

corpus humanum
TAH:U13658 radix arteriae subclaviae dextrae
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Date: 28.06.2023