[Surgical treatment of occluding lesion of the subclavian artery].
ABSTRACT Results of cerebral hemodynamics investigation and operative treatment of 53 patients with the subclavial artery (SA) occlusion were presented. It was established that the course of the cerebral vascular disorders occurrence in patients with the SA proximal segment occlusion is the vertebro-subclavial robbing syndrome. The consider that the SA resection with her implantation to ipsilateral a. carotis communis (ACA) is operation of choice. The vessel prosthesis is indicated in presence of widespread affection. It is expedient to performed one-stage correction of blood flow in the vessels mentioned in patients with ipsilateral localization of the SA and ACA affection.