thoracic aorta

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a branch of the descending aorta

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Aortic angiogram is obtained to assess the coarctation site, collaterals and remainder of the thoracic aorta (17) (Figures 4, 5).
Indian patients were found to have the disease involvement in the abdominal aorta involving the renal arteries subsequently extending into the thoracic aorta, whereas the Japanese patients had involvement of the aortic arch and its branches.
Thoracic aorta usually demands electrocardiography (ECG)-gated CTA to avoid motion artifacts related to cardiac cycle, notably for imaging aortic root and ascending segment (1).
Because of this consideration and discussion with the neurosurgeon, prior to evacuate the spinal epidural hematoma, to restore the main blood stream in the thoracic aorta blocked by the coarctation, and to reduce the perfusion of intercostal collateral artery into the spinal epidural hematoma should be rational and have better clinical outcome.
Apart from these findings about the abdomen, low-calibrated thoracic aorta and loss of volume in cardiac chambers (in extreme cases) can also be considered.
When evaluating the rat thoracic aorta tissue as immunohistochemical, in both the endothelium and adventitia eNOS immunoreactivity was slight (+1) (Figure 3) in control rats.
For example, a BA originating outside the descending thoracic aorta between the fifth and sixth thoracic vertebrae (T5-T6) is considered as aberrant.
Two-dimensional echocardiography showed the presence of moderate left ventricular hypertrophy with decreased flow in the descending thoracic aorta beyond the origin of left subclavian artery, with no other valvular or congenital cardiac malformations.
They cover supra aortic trunks, thoracic aorta, visceral aorta, abdominal aorta, peripheral, and endovascular.
In most cases, the underlying structural problem leading to ballooning-out of the thoracic aorta is loss of smooth muscle cells and degeneration of elastic fibers.
The case involved the person who was run over by a car and received multiple injuries, including those on the most vital parts of the body, double fracture of the collarbone, rib fractures, bruised lungs, liver contusion, multiple fractures of the pelvis, and breaking open a bone of the right foot and injury in thoracic aorta artery.
5cm) (Figure 2) with echolucent center ("beard-beak sign of recent and growing thrombus") [3], protruding to LA during systole (Figure 3), few thin thoracic aorta plaques.
Former ESC guidelines were confined to aortic dissection and focused on the thoracic aorta.
Treatment of thoracoabdominal aortic aneurysms, complex aneurysms that span both the thoracic aorta in the chest and the abdominal aorta, usually consists of open surgery, which carries up to a 20% risk of death because of the complexity of the operation.