By Ragavendra R. Baliga (Editor), Christoph A. Nienaber (Editor), Eric M. Isselbacher (Editor), Kim A.
This state-of the-art booklet is because of the the mixed efforts of individuals from the foreign Registry of Aortic Dissection (IRAD). it's the so much finished reference on aortic dissection The booklet has been divided into sections. every one bankruptcy offers a succinct evaluation of the present scientific literature and accommodates illustrations for extra clarification.
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In the presence of false lumen ﬂow, the exact location of entries may be instrumental to choosing potential treatment options. New imaging techniques even allow differentiation of antegrade from retrograde dissection. Retrograde dissection with involvement of the ascending aorta and presence of a tear at the aortic isthmus is found in up to 20% of type A (type I) and constitutes an indication for surgery even when initially identiﬁed as type B (type III) dissection38 . Plaque ulceration following plaque rupture is typically visualized by TEE, CT, or MRI46,62–65 .
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