Catheter-Based Treatment of Aortic Dissection

Vlahakes, Gus J.
May 1999
New England Journal of Medicine;05/20/99, Vol. 340 Issue 20, p1585
Academic Journal
Editorial. Focuses on patients with aortic dissection and its treatment. Reference to the reports by Dake et al and Nienaber et al in this issue; Reports detailing the findings in patients in whom this condition was treated with catheter-delivered endovascular stent-grafts; Mortality due to aortic dissection; Multidisciplinary efforts involving both surgeons and radiologists.


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