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Debranching for Thoracic and Abdominal Aneurysms

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Uploaded on Apr 20, 2009

New developments in vascular surgery permit a less invasive approach to some very complex aneurysms. This paper discusses two subgroups of aneurysms. The first group involves the arch of the aorta, where the blood vessel arise for your brain and arms. The arch of the aorta is high up in your chest, immediately behind the sternum or breastbone. The second group involves the aorta in the abdomen where the blood vessels for the intestine, bowel and kidneys arise. This is called the visceral segment of the aorta. The briefing addresses what surgeons refer to as debranching followed by aortic endografting.

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