Computed Tomography Imaging Features in Acute Uncomplicated Stanford Type-B Aortic Dissection Predict Late Adverse Events

Anna M. Sailer, Sander M. J. van Kuijk, Patricia J. Nelemans, Anne S. Chin, Aya Kino, Mark Huininga, Johanna Schmidt, Gabriel Mistelbauer, Kathrin Baeumler, Peter Chiu, Michael P. Fischbein, Michael D. Dake, D. Craig Miller, Geert Willem H. Schurink, Dominik Fleischmann*

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Original languageEnglish
Article number005709
Number of pages10
JournalCirculation-Cardiovascular Imaging
Volume10
Issue number4
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - Apr 2017

Keywords

  • aneurysm
  • aorta
  • aortic rupture
  • computed tomography angiography
  • hypertension
  • regression analysis
  • TRUE-LUMEN COLLAPSE
  • FALSE LUMEN
  • INTERNATIONAL REGISTRY
  • ENDOVASCULAR REPAIR
  • MEDICAL-MANAGEMENT
  • DESCENDING AORTA
  • NATURAL-HISTORY
  • PULSATILE FLOW
  • RISK-FACTORS
  • ENTRY TEAR

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Sailer, A. M., van Kuijk, S. M. J., Nelemans, P. J., Chin, A. S., Kino, A., Huininga, M., Schmidt, J., Mistelbauer, G., Baeumler, K., Chiu, P., Fischbein, M. P., Dake, M. D., Miller, D. C., Schurink, G. W. H., & Fleischmann, D. (2017). Computed Tomography Imaging Features in Acute Uncomplicated Stanford Type-B Aortic Dissection Predict Late Adverse Events. Circulation-Cardiovascular Imaging, 10(4), [005709]. https://doi.org/10.1161/CIRCIMAGING.116.005709