Fecha de la publicación: 26/04/2021
Autor: Enrique M San Norberto (1), Noelia Cenizo (2), Cintia M Flota (2), Carlos Vaquero (2)
Patients unfit for open repair after development a postdissection aortic arch and thoraco-abdominal aneurysm after open ascending aortic replacement for type A dissection would have no other treatment options. We report the case of a 75-year-old man with a type A aortic dissection treated by ascending aortic replacement. The patient presented an enlargement of the downstream aorta and thoraco-abdominal aneurysm 6-months after. This patient underwent a three-stage surgical sessions, open surgery for extraanatomical supra-aortic trunks reconstruction, endovascular branched treatment of ascending, arch and descending aorta and another one to perform an endovascular fenestrated reconstruction of thoraco-abdominal and infrarenal aorta.
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