It had bled a good deal in the boat, and it was doubtful whether the subclavian artery might not be divided.
Here is an instrument for deligating the subclavian artery, that the maker has done me the honour to call after me.
Through the shoulder had passed a musquet ball, which had divided the subclavian artery and caused death by loss of blood.
The subclavian artery is the commencement of the great arterial trunk for the upper limb.
The ball had fractured the clavicle and severed the subclavian artery.
The major vessel continuing across the thoracic cavity is the subclavian artery.
He had been shot under the arm, the ball dividing the subclavian artery, and Mr. White was of opinion that he bled to death.
The thoracic artery in P. subis arose either from the subclavian artery, or from the coracoid artery.
It has also been known to press upon the subclavian artery and on other important structures at the root of the neck.
subclavian artery n.
An artery originating on the left from the aortic arch and on the right from the brachiocephalic artery with branches to the vertebral artery, the thyrocervical trunk, the internal thoracic artery, the costocervical trunk, and the descending scapular artery, and directly continuous with the axillary artery.