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Acute aortic occlusion secondary to Aspergillus endocarditis in an intravenous drug abuser.
Acute aortic occlusion in a patient with heparin-induced thrombocytopenia tieated by thrombectomy.
Clinical images: Hypertension due to otherwise asymptomatic, complete aortic occlusion in Takayasu arteritis.
Results: Mean age, gender, the operation and aortic occlusion time was similar between the TCML and RLM groups.
7 min (range 57 to 98 min), the mean aortic occlusion time was 25.
In contrast, Benditt et al (5) demonstrated prolonged LV epicardial and endocardial effective refractory periods as a result of aortic occlusion in dogs in situ.
Electrophysiological effects of transient aortic occlusion in intact canine heart.
Acute aortic occlusion is rare and is caused by arterial embolism of cardiac origin or by advanced atherosclerosis-related thrombosis.
Acute aortic occlusion is usually diagnosed based on clinical data and patient history, but imaging exams can confirm the diagnosis and help locate the occlusion and its extent.
Clinical symptoms of acute aortic occlusion may include all the following except:
Brucellosis cases with aortic occlusions and thrombus have been very rarely reported in the literature.