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Fig. 3 | Surgical Case Reports

Fig. 3

From: Successful video-assisted thoracoscopic surgery in prone position in patients with esophageal cancer and aberrant right subclavian artery: report of three cases

Fig. 3

Case 2, intraoperative findings. a The right thoracic duct coursed across the aberrant right subclavian artery and esophagus, running into the right venous angle. b The right recurrent nerve was not evident. c The left recurrent nerve was normal, and the space in the upper mediastinum on left side was restricted by the aberrant right subclavian artery. d In the neck, the nonrecurrent right inferior laryngeal nerve headed into the larynx directly from the vagus trunk

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