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With transforming into numbers of chronically ailing sufferers surviving longer and receiving novel clinical and surgical remedies, emergency departments are more and more the venue for linked acute shows. How can emergency physicians reply to those difficult and rising stipulations? This e-book makes a speciality of the weird and intricate ailment shows now not coated intimately within the average textbooks, assisting you Read more...

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In most circumstances, it is the preferred alternative to surgery. Aortic aneurysm occurs in about 10% of patients after repair of coarctation [21]. Older patients with a prosthetic repair may present to the ED with an aneurysm at the graft site resulting in an aortobronchial fistula [1]. Other factors, such as intrinsic aortic wall abnormalities, transverse aortic arch hypoplasia, chronic hypertension, and pregnancy, also increase the risk of aneurysm formation. Aneurysm rupture is rare but devastating [21].

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