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Synonyms for aortic

of or relating to the aorta


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When left untreated, about one-third of patients die within the first 24 h, and half of them die within 48 h.[1] Aortic rupture is thus the most common life-threatening complication of dissections.
Emergency stent graft deployment for acute aortic rupture following primary stenting for aortic coarctation.
The recommended management in patients with ULP without persistent pain or signs of aortic rupture is medical treatment with close imaging follow-up every 3 months.
All of these patients were treated with medications such as steroids and cyclophosphamide, but medical treatment could not prevent aortic rupture, and the patients ultimately died.
Five percent of patients with BTAI present with aortic rupture that can cause early death in the acute phase, making early operative management a necessity [3].
Sources told the GDN the woman suffered from multiple organ failure, multiple fractures and an aortic rupture before being pronounced dead on Saturday night.
Although less frequently described, distal seal zone failures and type 1b endoleaks represent a true threat for EVAR failure and post-EVAR aortic rupture.
The lesions that affect the aortic wall may be secondary to direct puncture of the wall by the foreign body or due to the extension of the mediastinal inflammatory process with an aortic rupture contained by the adjacent soft tissues and the inflammatory exudate (pseudoaneurysm).
The use of heparin-less cardiopulmonary bypass has led to a significant decrease in morbidity and mortality compared to the conventional clamp and sew technique and passive shunting technique in patients with traumatic aortic rupture. Cardiopulmonary bypass techniques have been extensively studied and honed to improve patient safety.
Clinical literature shows that women diagnosed with AAA experience aortic expansion at a rate that is 40-80 percent faster than men, which can result in aortic rupture at smaller diameters.
(17,18) These three presentations of acute aortic syndromes have similar symptoms, and each carries the risk of aortic rupture. The imaging method of choice for acute aortic syndromes in most instances is CTA because of its ready availability, precise anatomic depiction, and fast acquisition time.