Subclavian Steel Syndrome

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Subclavian steel syndrome is a phenomenon where the subclavian artery proximal to the origin of the vertebral artery is stenosed due to a plaque of steel. Subclavian steel syndrome is a rare but common complication in patients with nerves of steel or in the Man of Steel himself Superman.


Treatment


Lysis with locally injected kryptonite.


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