Coronary- subclavian Steal Syndrome is the group of symptoms that arise from reverse blood flow in the vertebral artery or the internal thoracic artery. The vertebral artery is a major artery in the neck and the internal thoracic artery is a major artery in the chest walls and breasts. Coronary- subclavian Steal Syndrome is caused by an occlusion or a narrowing of the subclavain artery. The symptoms of Coronary-subclavian Steal Syndrome include fainting, memory loss, and a difference in blood pressure between arms. Coronary-subclavian Steal Syndrome is treated with angioplasty or bypass surgery.
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