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Fig. 2. (A) Upper-extremity CT scan showing flow obstruction in the right subclavian artery (white arrow). (B) Initial CT scan on admission demonstrating new-onset type A aortic dissection (white arrowhead) with true lumen collapse of the ascending aorta extending to the right subclavian artery and both common carotid arteries. (C) The configuration of the thoracic endograft is broken and shows that dissection has proceeded along the broken endograft (black arrowhead). (D) Chest radiograph showing that the old endograft is in the previous position, but there is a distortion of the configuration of the proximal bare spring (white arrow). CT, computed tomography.
Vascular Specialist International 2019;35:39-43 https://doi.org/10.5758/vsi.2019.35.1.39
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