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of or relating to the aorta

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Several mechanisms have been postulated as to why the isthmus portion is the most common site of aortic rupture.
The presence of acute inflammatory reaction in the media and mixed bacterial microorganisms within the aortic wall and fistula suggests that infection may have been the immediate trigger for the aortic rupture.
Spontaneous infrarenal aortic dissection associated with abdominal aortic aneurysm is an indication for aortic repair, since their coexistence has been linked to a significant risk of aortic rupture (4).
There is controversy concerning the appropriate role of CT in the screening of chest trauma patients for aortic injuries, as plain radiographic findings for post-traumatic aortic rupture are nonspecific.
They typically strike men over the age of 65 Between 60-80% of patients who have an aortic rupture die before they can be treated.
He is at risk of an aortic rupture without surgery.
Nobu McCarthy, a Japanese-American actress, died Saturday of an aortic rupture during a film shoot in Brazil, reports from Brazil said Tuesday.
1,9,17) Other medical complications of cocaine use include myocardial infarction, cardiac arrhythmias, hypertension, aortic rupture, stroke, clonic-tonic convulsions, septicemia with endocarditis and hepatitis, pulmonary insufficiency, and psychiatric disturbances.
The literature contains reports on at least 68 patients with Turner's syndrome who have died from aortic rupture or aortic dissection when they weren't pregnant.
When AAA is not treated, it can lead to aortic rupture, which is often fatal.
A postmortem revealed Paul, of Wednesbury, West Mids, died of accumulation of blood in the lungs and an aortic rupture.
PAU may be complicated by the development of true aneurysms, pseudoaneurysms (Figure 15), dissection and aortic rupture (Figure 16)4.
Which of the following statements associated with aortic rupture is true?
The miscellaneous studies pointed out that aortic rupture was the cause of death in 19% to 23% of patients with coarctation of the aorta; in 75% of the instances, rupture take place in the ascending aorta (2).