Left Proximal Brachial Artery Interposition Bypass
A medical exhibit displaying the anterior view of the upper left arm undergoing a proximal brachial artery interposition bypass to fix a ligated brachial artery. In this procedure, the clips are placed on the brachial artery and ligatures removed, The saphenous vein is then harvested from the left groin. The brachial artery is then transected to prepare for the saphenous vein. The vein is then grafted onto the brachial artery, restoring blood flow to the arm.