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A case of extensive arteriosclerosis simulating aneurysm of the arch of the aorta

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Pathology, Arteriosclerosis, Aneurysm, Diagnosis,
Statementby John M. Swan, M.D., demonstrator of osteology, University of Pennsylvania; instructor in clinical medicine, Philadelphia Polyclinic; pathologist to St. Mary"s Hospital
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The Lancet A Mirror OF HOSPITAL PRACTICE, BRITISH AND FOREIGN. ROYAL FREE HOSPITAL. A CASE OF ANEURYSM OF THE ASCENDING PART OF THE ARCH OF THE AORTA SIMULATING ANEURYSM OF THE INNOMINATE ARTERY Hector Mackenzie Dr.

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Author(s): Swan,John M(John Mumford), Title(s): A case of extensive arteriosclerosis simulating aneurysm of the arch of the aorta/ by John M.

Swan. Country of Publication: United States Publisher: [Philadelphia?: s.n., ?] A year-old man with an extensive aneurysm of the scending aorta with extension through the transverse arch and of the descending thoracic aorta had this segment repaired by insertion of multiple stent grafts and, 2 days later, of the arch and ascending segment by an open-surgical :// CASE REPORTS The case reports of four patients with antemortem diagnosis of dissecting aneurysm of the aorta are presented.

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P., a man, aged 63 years, had dissecting aneurysm of the aorta extending from the ascending arch to the bifurcation of the abdominal aorta The clinical aspects and the post-mortem observations in 19 cases of dissecting aneurysm of the aorta are described.

Clinically, these patients presented (1) old dissections, with intractable heart failure, which had (a) a “silent” history and course in regard to the dissection, or (b) an active history and course, with repeated attacks of severe pain in the chest that radiated into the Aortic aneurysm can occur anywhere along the aorta segments.

However, isolated aortic arch aneurysm, type A, is less frequent. However, isolated aortic arch aneurysm, type A, is less frequent. Usually it is a continuation of ascending or descending aorta aneurysm, types B, Atherosclerosis, or arteriosclerosis, happens when plaque collects and causes the arteries to narrow and harden, affecting blood flow.

Learn more ://   Abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA or triple A) is a localized enlargement of the abdominal aorta such that the diameter is greater than 3 cm or more than 50% larger than normal. They usually cause no symptoms, except during rupture. Occasionally, abdominal, back, or leg pain may occur.

Large aneurysms can sometimes be felt by pushing on the abdomen. Rupture may result in pain in the   An arterial aneurysm is defined as a focal dilation of a blood vessel with respect to the original artery.

An abdominal aortic aneurysm (AAA) is defined as an aortic diameter at least one and one-half times the normal diameter at the level of the renal arteries, which is approximately :// We report the case of a year-old woman who had extensive stenosis and dilatation of the aortoiliac arteries and an aneurysm of the superior mesenteric artery as a result of fibrodysplasia.

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Both the aortoiliac and the superior mesenteric arteries were treated by resection and reconstruction. Within one year after this operation, fibrodysplastic aneurysms developed in previously (88)/fulltext. A case of dissecting aneurysm of the aorta is presented in which all the intercostal arteries were severed, causing hemorrhagic infarction of the spinal cord and complete motor and sensory paraplegia.

To our knowledge it is the first such case reported in which spinal subarachnoid hemorrhage ://   Arterial fibrodysplasia: Rapid progression complicated by rupture of a visceral aneurysm into the gastrointestinal tract G.

den Butter, M.D., J. van Boekel, M.D., and J. Aarts, M.D., Leiden, The Netherlands We report the case of a year-old woman who had extensive stenosis and dilatation of(88)/pdf?code=ymva-site. The hypertrophied ventricle sending the blood forcibly into the rigid aorta produces commonly a diffuse dilatation of the arch.

The influence of atheroma in producing aneurysm will fall to be considered subsequently. Fig. - Transverse section of normal cerebral artery to contrast with Fig.

x   Cannulation of an arch artery for hostile aorta Paul P Urbanski Jean E Bachet, Cannulation of an arch artery for hostile aorta, European Journal of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery, Vol Issue 1 it is probably inappropriate to use systematically those two modes of cannulation in any case of aortic arch surgery.

Those techniques have indeed Five patients had aneurysm of the aorta, two were in the arch, and the remaining three were in the descending aorta. In an additional four patients with chronic dissection, there was a globular aneurysm of the false lumen, and in one case, a cm long fusiform ://(15)/fulltext.

Syphilis and arteriosclerosis are the two most common causes of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta. Other etiologic factors are trauma, tuberculosis and infection. Syphilis was the predominant factor in the younger age groups whereas arteriosclerosis was predominant in older age :// A case is presented of COA, aortic stenosis and aneurysm of the ascending aorta corrected by patch aortoplasty and commisurotomy.

An aneurysm at the site of the coarctation repair can develop as Mycotic aneurysm rupture of the descending aorta Mycotic aneurysm rupture of the descending aorta Gufler, H.; Buitrago-Tellez, C.

H.; Nesbitt, E.; Hauenstein, K. Eur. Radiol. 8, ± () Ó Springer-Verlag European Radiology Case report H. Gufler, C. Buitrago-Tellez, E. Nesbitt, K. Hauenstein Department of Radiology, Albert-Ludwigs-Universita È t Coral reef aorta (CRA) is described as rock-hard calcifications in the visceral part of the aorta.

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These heavily calcified plaques grow into the lumen and can cause significant stenoses, which may lead to malperfusion of the lower limbs, visceral ischemia or hypertension due to renal ://   Acquired atheromatous coarctation of aortic arch is an uncommon finding with an estimated prevalence between % and %.

Occlusive atherosclerotic disease usually involves the infrarenal aorta and the aortic bifurcation. Localized obstruction in a suprarenal aorta of normal diam-eter caused by an eccentric, heavily calcified lesion is :// Pulsatile blood flow in an aorta of normal subject is studied by Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) simulations.

The main intention of this study is to determine the influence of the non-Newtonian   The Significance of William Osler's Museum from the emphasis on arteriosclerosis in his text­ book published 17 years previously." Nonetheless, Osler's Description: "Healed saccular aneurysm of the transverse arch of the aorta filled with old finn laminated clot.

Death from pulmonary ://(16)/pdf. In the following case report, we focus on a pure medial calcification as a separate pathological entity, which represents a rare case of ischaemia that can give rise to symptoms in early life and could be limb and life-threatening.

Case Report. The patient was a From to60 patients underwent repair of aortic pseudoaneurysm: ascending aorta in 70%, ascending aorta and arch in 15%, descending aorta in 10%, and arch alone in 5%.

Mean age was 53 Calcified atheromatous aortic lesion causing significant narrowing of the aorta is an uncommon clinical entity. This calcified atheroma leads to obstruction of the lumen of the aorta simulating Spontaneous rupture of the thoracic aorta without trauma, aneurysm or dissection is a rare but fatal disease.

We reported successful endovascular aortic repair of thoracic aortic spontaneous   An aneurysm is an outward bulging, likened to a bubble or balloon, caused by a localized, abnormal, weak spot on a blood vessel wall.

[1] Aneurysms are a result of a weakened blood vessel wall, and may be a result of a hereditary condition or an acquired disease. Aneurysms can also be a nidus (starting point) for clot formation and word is from Greek: ἀνεύρυσμα   We report a case of year-old patient who presented with dyspnea on exertion, orthopnea, paroxysmal nocturnal dyspnea, lb weight gain, lower extremity edema, and chest pain.

Extensive workup including computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging revealed a large calcific mass in the aortic arch causing his presenting :// Monahan, D.

“Ligation of the Aorta and Both Common Iliacs for Aneurysm: Report of a Case and Rewiev of Seven Operative Survivals of Aortic Ligation.” Surgery, 16,Google Scholar Three examples of an unusual aortic deformity have been described.

All were found in adults without clinical signs or symptoms referable to the chest. In all three, the anomaly was an incidental finding on routine roentgenologic examination of the deformity appeared in the postero-anterior chest roentgenogram as a mediastinal soft tissue density overlying a normal aortic ://(15)/fulltext.

Zusammenfassung. Die Arteriosklerose ist eine chronisch fortschreitende, diskontinuierlich in Schüben verlaufende degenerative Wanderkrankung von Aorta und Arterien, die mit abnormer Ablagerung von Stoffwechselprodukten, mit Gewebswucherungen und Zerfallserscheinungen einhergeht und zur Deformierung der Gefäßwand führt (nach Staemmler, ).Sie spielt sich primär an der Intima und   Power D, Colt GH.

A case of aneurysm of the abdominal aorta treated by the introduction of silver wire, with a description of instruments invented and constructed by Mr G H Colt to facilitate the introduction of wire into aneurysms. Med Chir Trans. ;– PubMed Page 19— Atherosclerotic Cardiovascular Diseases.

Atherosclerosis is the pathological process in the coronary arteries, cerebral arteries, iliac and femoral arteries, and aorta that is responsible for coronary heart disease (CHD), stroke, and peripheral arterial disease (PAD).