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Surgical Intervention of a Rare Case of Complex Coarctation of Descending Aorta

Surgical Intervention of a Rare Case of Complex Coarctation of Descending Aorta Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGES Surgical Intervention of a Rare Case of Complex Coarctation of Descending Aorta Hechen Shen, MD*; Yan Yun, MD*; Junjie Huang, BS*; Zheng Zheng, BS*; Diming Zhao, MD; Shanghao Chen, MD; Shijie Zhang, MD; Zezhong Wu , MD; Chengwei Zou, MD; Haizhou Zhang, MD; Xiaochun Ma , MD, PhD 15-year-old female patient was hospitalized with aortic arch at the orifice of left common carotid artery a chief complaint of paroxysmal muscle weakness and to the descending aorta 3 cm distal to the arterial A and headache for 2 years. She had a history of ligament by end-to-end anastomosis. The left subclavian open-heart surgery for ventricular septal defect and pat- artery was sutured to the graft by end-to-side anasto- ent ductus arteriosus at 2 years old. The patient mani- mosis. A postoperative aortic computed tomography fested a high blood pressure of right upper limb (155/81 angiography reexamination showed the formation of a mm Hg) and weak left brachial and femoral artery pulses pseudoaneurysm at the site of anastomosis between the (left upper limb: 84/46 mm Hg; right lower limb: 70/51 graft and descending aorta (Figure 2). Then a covered mm Hg; left lower limb: 76/38 mm http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging Wolters Kluwer Health

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Wolters Kluwer Health
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© 2021 American Heart Association, Inc.
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1941-9651
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1942-0080
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10.1161/circimaging.121.013010
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Abstract

Circulation: Cardiovascular Imaging CARDIOVASCULAR IMAGES Surgical Intervention of a Rare Case of Complex Coarctation of Descending Aorta Hechen Shen, MD*; Yan Yun, MD*; Junjie Huang, BS*; Zheng Zheng, BS*; Diming Zhao, MD; Shanghao Chen, MD; Shijie Zhang, MD; Zezhong Wu , MD; Chengwei Zou, MD; Haizhou Zhang, MD; Xiaochun Ma , MD, PhD 15-year-old female patient was hospitalized with aortic arch at the orifice of left common carotid artery a chief complaint of paroxysmal muscle weakness and to the descending aorta 3 cm distal to the arterial A and headache for 2 years. She had a history of ligament by end-to-end anastomosis. The left subclavian open-heart surgery for ventricular septal defect and pat- artery was sutured to the graft by end-to-side anasto- ent ductus arteriosus at 2 years old. The patient mani- mosis. A postoperative aortic computed tomography fested a high blood pressure of right upper limb (155/81 angiography reexamination showed the formation of a mm Hg) and weak left brachial and femoral artery pulses pseudoaneurysm at the site of anastomosis between the (left upper limb: 84/46 mm Hg; right lower limb: 70/51 graft and descending aorta (Figure 2). Then a covered mm Hg; left lower limb: 76/38 mm

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Circulation: Cardiovascular ImagingWolters Kluwer Health

Published: Oct 27, 2021

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