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Case 976

Marfan’s Syndrome. Acute Dissection Ending at the Aortic Coarctation

Author(s)
S. Guran, Z. Kaya, A. Yuksel
 
Patient
male, 24 year(s)
 
 
  • Figure 1
    Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA
     

    Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA shows the dissection beginning from the proximal portion of the left subclavian artery and ending at the level of coarctation as a pouch.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA;

    Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA shows the dissection beginning from the proximal portion of the left subclavian artery and ending at the level of coarctation as a pouch.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA;
     
     
  • Figure 2
    Oblique sagittal MIP images
     

    Oblique sagittal MIP images show aortoannular ectasia, coarctation, collateral circulation and type B dissection.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Oblique sagittal MIP images;

    Oblique sagittal MIP images show aortoannular ectasia, coarctation, collateral circulation and type B dissection.

     
    Area of Interest: unknown; Imaging Technique: Oblique sagittal MIP images;
     
     
Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA shows the dissection beginning from the proximal portion of the left subclavian artery and ending at the level of coarctation as a pouch.
 
Oblique sagittal 3D partition of CE-MRA shows the dissection beginning from the proximal portion of the left subclavian artery and ending at the level of coarctation as a pouch.
 
Oblique sagittal MIP images show aortoannular ectasia, coarctation, collateral circulation and type B dissection.
 
Oblique sagittal MIP images show aortoannular ectasia, coarctation, collateral circulation and type B dissection.
 
 
 
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