At the level of the aortic arch there are no evident signs of dissection.
Slightly caudal slice which demonstrates an intimal flap in the ventral portion of the aortic isthmus.
Axial slice at the level of the tracheal carina which shows the intimal flap.
At the level of the main pulmonary artery a minimal intimal flap is still evident.
The panoramic view shows the correspondence to the spiral CT diagnosis. An enlargement of the ventral portion on the aortic isthmus is present.
Measurement in preparation for stent positioning.
The angiographic control after the positioning of the stent. No evidence of residual dissection or pseudoaneurysmal dilatation.
The aortic arch is normal.
The isthmus is normal.
The beginning of the descending aorta is normal.
The oblique sagittal MPR shows the success of the procedure.