Subclavian Steel Syndrome

From Gomerpedia
Jump to: navigation, search
Angiogram of Left Subclavian Steal Syndrome.PNG

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.


Lysis with locally injected kryptonite.[1]

Vascular Topics Galore


  1. Nurse Adds Kryptonite to Superman’s Allergy List (Gomerblog)

Fun Stuff

Try a random entry.
Push me button.jpg
this post with your friends

Random Gomerpedia Entries

Need More Gomer?