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Arterial thoracic outlet syndrome in an adolescent.

Arterial thoracic outlet syndrome (aTOS) is rarely diagnosed in children. A 15-year-old boy with recent-onset claudication was found to have aTOS on investigation. Bony abnormality other than the cervical rib might also cause aTOS. Enhanced awareness of aTOS as a cause of vascular symptoms in children is warranted.

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