1985
DOI: 10.1055/s-2007-1014072
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Abstract: The results of 32 patients who had undergone surgery for aortic dissections were analyzed. Twenty-six patients were examined in hospital during the follow-up study while one patient refused the examination and 5 others had succumbed. The average follow-up was 42.6 months. Late functional status was generally good. Resuspension of the aortic annulus for incompetent aortic valves in type I and II dissections resulted in grave aortic regurgitation and death in one case, and in mild valvular incompetence in anothe… Show more

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“…This fact is born e out by a recent contro l study documenti ng persisting dissection in about 2 thirds of patient s und ergoing implanta tion of stan dard vascular pro stheses, i.e. sutur e of the proximal and dist al anastom oses ( 10). The su tur eless technique of fixing pro stheses in thoraeie aort ic dissection has offered an alrnost perfect solu tion to the probl em .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…This fact is born e out by a recent contro l study documenti ng persisting dissection in about 2 thirds of patient s und ergoing implanta tion of stan dard vascular pro stheses, i.e. sutur e of the proximal and dist al anastom oses ( 10). The su tur eless technique of fixing pro stheses in thoraeie aort ic dissection has offered an alrnost perfect solu tion to the probl em .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%