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Synonyms for aortic

of or relating to the aorta


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In a study including 27 cases of sudden death in young competitive athletes who have congenital CAA of wrong aortic sinus, it is reported that in 23 cases, the LMCA originated from the RCS and in four cases, the RCA arose from the LCS (26).
Anomalous origin of the left main coronary artery from the right aortic sinus with Intramyocardial tunneling through the septum with free portion in the right ventricular cavity.
In all instances, LCA arose from the left posterior aortic sinus and extended to the left behind the pulmonary trunk for a mean distance of 5 mm and divided into anterior interventricular and CX arteries (Fig.
pneumoniae infection accelerated the development of atherosclerotic lesions in the aortic sinus (44,47).
Intraoperative findings also showed severely thinned out aortic sinus segments necessitating root replacement.
4 Composite aortic sinus of Valsalva graft type of biological valve prosthesis;
Jin reported that valves implanted with double suture-line techniques led to significantly smaller aortic sinus diameter and formed tubular aortic root geometry.
The locations of the coronary artery orifices in relation to the aortic sinus have been reported in several studies for the identification of these anomalies by transthoracic echocardiography, angiography, and autopsy (1-4).