I had a CT for a swollen neck they thought it was a stone in the gland turned out to be swollen lymph nodes. That is what concerned me what concerned me was the incidential finding of Aberrant Right Subclavian Artery. Sounds serious online but my DR says we can wait to discuss it until next week at my scheduled appt.
Has anyone heard of this or any opinions of how serious it is I would REALLY appreciate it. Based on what I have read online it sounds serious enough to me....Please someone respond with some medical advise I beg you I'm going crazy here!! :confused:
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