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From: Endovascular repair of aortic dissection and intramural hematoma: indications and serial changes

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A 72-year-old male with type B acute AD. A. One month after onset, contrast-enhanced CT image shows progressive dilatation of the false lumen. B. Aortography shows the entry in the descending aorta (arrow). TEVAR (GORE TAG: 34-mm diameter & 20-cm length) was conducted to close the entry. C. One week after endovascular treatment, CT image shows thrombosed false lumen. D. Two months after endovascular treatment, contrast-enhanced CT image shows that the false lumen has markedly decreased.

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