Alejandro Rey-Rodríguez

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Traumatic rupture of the thoracic aorta is a near-lethal event presenting on-scene mortality rates of 80% and 60-80% perioperatively with an overall survival rate of 15%. Conventional treatment includes thoracotomy with aortic clamping and aortic replacement but this implies high complication and mortality rates with extended inpatient care. Endoluminal(More)
a Head of Cardiology at American British Cowdray Medical Center, Santa Fe Campus, Mexico, D.F., Mexico b Pre-grade Intern of the American British Cowdray Medical Center, Mexico, D.F., Mexico c Staff Physician of Radiology and Molecular Imaging Department at American British Cowdray Medical Center, Mexico, D.F., Mexico d Staff Physician of Pediatrics(More)
Vascular rings which can cause symptoms related the trachea and esophagus compression occur in less than 1% of all cardiovascular malformations. Double incomplete aortic arch with right-sided aorta and aberrant left subclavian artery is the rarest one, and its present in 0.04-0.1% of autopsy series. A case of this malformation with a Kommerell's(More)
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