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Case 3/2015 A 32-year-old female patient with coarctation of the aorta, bicuspid aortic valve and dilatation of the ascending aorta.

Atik E, Arrieta R, Kalil Filho R - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2015)

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Affiliation: Hospital Sírio Libanês de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

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DescAo = 100/80 mmHg... dilatation of the AscAo and DescAo... observed, and the symptoms are recent and mild... This results from the development of an of DescAo obstruction, in addition to the aortic valve stenosis... Aortic obstruction in adulthood generally results BP levels immediately increased to 200 mmHg and decreased in the sequence... The systolic murmur of aortic valve stenosis remained unchanged... In the present case, the favorable course up to the fourth decade of life, with more recent manifestation of symptoms, resulted from an efficient collateral circulation... unfavorable elements such as AscAo dilatation with deficiency of the parietal

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Chest radiograph shows normal cardiac silhouette, with slightly bulged right upperarch (dilated ascending aorta) and also dilated descending aorta. Hyperdensity canbe observed in some lower borders of ribs.
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f01: Chest radiograph shows normal cardiac silhouette, with slightly bulged right upperarch (dilated ascending aorta) and also dilated descending aorta. Hyperdensity canbe observed in some lower borders of ribs.

Mentions: Chest radiograph showed normal cardiac silhouette (cardiothoracic ratio of0.47). The pulmonary vascular network was normal and the arch of the pulmonary arterywas concave. The right upper arch was elongated, suggesting dilatation of the ascendingaorta (AscAo). The posterior aortic arch was somewhat prominent and the descending aorta(DescAo) was dilated. Hyperdensity was observed in some ribs (Figure 1).


Case 3/2015 A 32-year-old female patient with coarctation of the aorta, bicuspid aortic valve and dilatation of the ascending aorta.

Atik E, Arrieta R, Kalil Filho R - Arq. Bras. Cardiol. (2015)

Chest radiograph shows normal cardiac silhouette, with slightly bulged right upperarch (dilated ascending aorta) and also dilated descending aorta. Hyperdensity canbe observed in some lower borders of ribs.
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f01: Chest radiograph shows normal cardiac silhouette, with slightly bulged right upperarch (dilated ascending aorta) and also dilated descending aorta. Hyperdensity canbe observed in some lower borders of ribs.
Mentions: Chest radiograph showed normal cardiac silhouette (cardiothoracic ratio of0.47). The pulmonary vascular network was normal and the arch of the pulmonary arterywas concave. The right upper arch was elongated, suggesting dilatation of the ascendingaorta (AscAo). The posterior aortic arch was somewhat prominent and the descending aorta(DescAo) was dilated. Hyperdensity was observed in some ribs (Figure 1).

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Hospital Sírio Libanês de São Paulo, São Paulo, SP, Brazil.

AUTOMATICALLY GENERATED EXCERPT
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DescAo = 100/80 mmHg... dilatation of the AscAo and DescAo... observed, and the symptoms are recent and mild... This results from the development of an of DescAo obstruction, in addition to the aortic valve stenosis... Aortic obstruction in adulthood generally results BP levels immediately increased to 200 mmHg and decreased in the sequence... The systolic murmur of aortic valve stenosis remained unchanged... In the present case, the favorable course up to the fourth decade of life, with more recent manifestation of symptoms, resulted from an efficient collateral circulation... unfavorable elements such as AscAo dilatation with deficiency of the parietal

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