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IPCCC ICD-11 Congenital Heart Atlas

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IPCCC Term Aberrant origin of right subclavian artery
IPCCC Code 09.30.02
ICD-11 MMS LA8B.24
ICD-11 Code 1753426940


A congenital cardiovascular malformation in which the right subclavian artery arises distal to the left subclavian artery in the setting of a left aortic arch.


Aberrant right subclavian artery; Arteria lusoria; Dysphagia lusoria; Aberrant right subclavian artery syndrome

STS-EACTS-derived IPCCC term

Aortic pathology, Abnormality of aortic arch branches, Aberrant subclavian artery, Aberrant right subclavian artery

EPCC-derived IPCCC term

Aberrant origin right subclavian artery

ICD-11 MMS code or crossmap

LA8B.24*: This Foundation term is not in ICD-11 MMS. If using MMS to code, crossmap to higher oder term "Congenital anomaly of aortic arch branch" with code LA8B.24

ICD-10 MMS code or crossmap

Q27.8**: This Foundation term is not in ICD-10. If using ICD-10 to code, crossmap to "Other specified malformations of peripheral vascular system" with code Q27.8


Congenital anomaly of aortic arch branch


Coding Notes

Dysphagia lusoria (or Bayford-Autenrieth dysphagia) is an abnormal condition characterized by difficulty in swallowing caused by an aberrant right subclavian artery. It was discovered by David Bayford in 1761 and first reported in a paper by the same in 1787

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